Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: Video of TCF, very brief MARCH clip
- madodel wrote:
> passing on into our colleges. Do college computer science majors let aloneYes. As I've observed at other times, you can earn a Computer Science
> other majors, learn anything other then microsoft these days? How many
degree without ever having touched a computer. They don't teach you
about computers. They teach you about computers' fundamental theories.
There is some practical stuff in there, but most of the stuff in a
Computer Science degree program is theoretical.
You often don't learn Microsoft. But you often don't learn UNIX or MVS
or any other OS either.
- I believe that Heath Kit had already indroduced a home computer kit by
then. The games were also supposed to help drill one's children in such
topics as spelling and math, at least according to the advertising that
came with the Sinclair I got my daughter.
On Tue, 13 May 2008, Dan Roganti wrote:
> Sridhar Ayengar wrote:
> Mike Loewen wrote:
> "There is no reason for any individual to have a computer in his home."
> Ken Olson, President, Digital Equipment Corporation, 1977
> Weren't there already a significant number of people who had computers
> in their home by then?
> My father had one of Ken Olson's company's computer in our home by then.
> Peace... Sridhar
> I found some interesting webpages with Quotations from people in the
> Computer field (hardware, software,etc)
> There's some funny ones on there that would look good on a plaque.
> Quotes about Programmers
> Quotes from the Past
> Computers Quotes
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