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Green Energy, UNIX, Mac's, PC-BSD Team member, FreeBSD contributor, Koi, Japan, Photography, Fishing, Oh of course FOOD! :-P etc.etc...
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Sheesh what can I say I feel like a dinosaur sometimes yet I work with some of the most current stuff. My programming days when I worked as a student at UH I did it on Ugh CARDS!!! which I promptly converted my department to processing their PL1 stuff at the time to Cobol in house so all the time they saved in processing costs in the department went way down! Geez that was long ago.. I was also very lucky to have been able to work for Digital Island when it was around and was one of the Guys taking care of Caching and Streaming Video. Now I am the guy that does all the router work for business circuits, troubleshooting and turn-ups.
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OOOPS!! ... I sent you a message BUT now that I read your site, it seems that its a different TY! In any event since you're into Macs ... check out the HMAUS site ... we are hosting a huge Mactoberfest !
Aloha ... TY ... you should be able to go to the GROUP tab and search for HMAUS. Then add yourself to the group by clicking on +Add to the group in the upper right hand corner of the HMAUS banner. Call me tomorrow if you still have a problem. 226-5849
Hi, Terrance. When were you at UH? I used cards, too, when I was there as a grad student back in 72. I spent my first couple of professional programming years using coding forms and sending them out for keypunch overnight. At first I wasn't too thrilled when I got a terminal on my desk. I thought, "Oh, great. Now I get to do all my own keypunching". :-)