More Stuff I Wrote

 

 

Personal remembrances of the Eighth Wonder of the World (2001)

 

The Wintel Era: 17 Machines (2001)

 

  Hey, why bust your brain for an original idea for a story when you can simply make a list? Cars I Have Known (2001)

 

    Strange people like you and me are out there looking for stuff on the World Wide Web: Fun with Web Logs (2001)

BS00612A.gif (1917 bytes) A Look Backwards: The Demise of the $.01 Sign (1998)

 

TR00242A.gif (1784 bytes) Visit the Virtual PC Museum (1998)

 

TN00605A.gif (2512 bytes) Three unsung inventions changed the world in the 1960s.  I sing about them here. (1998)

 

PE03328A.gif (2743 bytes)  Confessions of a True Believer:  Read the tense docudrama, The Rise and Fall of Apple Computer.  Afterwards, stroll through my Apple Shrine. (1998)

TN00055A.gif (1903 bytes)Software giant Microsoft didn't become a scary monopoly by hiring dopes.  They like raw IQ and are famous for asking quirky brain teasers as part of the interview process.  Some samples. (1998)

 

  I've been a fan of the PC ever since I wrote my first program for one in the summer of 1982. 16 years later, the PC platform is better than ever.  But there's a dark side or two to success.  Read my two cents worth on the PC's creeping complexity.  (1998)

 

 

TN00018A.gif (1390 bytes)  In 1993 Robbin and I quit our jobs, bought a motor home, and traveled around the country.  I kept a journal. (1993)

 

AN00020A.gif (1492 bytes)  Pet peeves!  We've all got them, and I may have more than most. The list is always growing; come back often.  Now, let's share the bitterness. (1998)

 

EN00371A.gif (3817 bytes)Cowbells and sleigh bells and schnitzel with noodles!  These are a few of my favorite things. (1998)

 

EN00525A.gif (1005 bytes)There's nothing quite like a good guitar.  Read about mines. (1998)

 

PE03257A.gif (4096 bytes)  Who doesn't love a good list? Here's some to chew on.  (1998)

 

   highschool.jpg (2196 bytes)   In the words of biographer Craig Tomashoff, "It's as if Macaulay Culkin grew up to be Harrison Ford."  The perky teenager lost on Star Search, but Alanis Morissette has been on a roll ever since.  (1999)

 

 

rio.jpg (15228 bytes)  Speaking of music, have you heard that CDs are dead?  Read about it here. (1998)

 

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