Computer Skillz Tests
mmarion at miguelito.org
Tue Aug 15 19:28:29 PDT 2006
Quoting Stewart Stremler <bofh at stremler.net>:
> Before 1990, every person I knew who owned an IBM PC did so for one
> reason -- to run software pirated from work. Often, this was Lotus
> and WordPerfect.
It was normal for the time too. I even remember going to a store on
Convoy with my grandparents to get software for their Apple //c. It
was normal to buy floppies of programs that proudly proclaimed who
cracked them, for a few $ each.
Mike Marion-Unix SysAdmin/Staff Engineer-http://www.miguelito.org
Marge: "Homer, sitting that close to the TV can't be good for you."
Homer: "Talking while the TV's on can't be good for you!"
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