pSOS+ at Westinghouse Somewhere between 1995 and 2000, I was sent to teach a pSOS+ class to Westinghouse engineers in Savannah, Georgia.
Found this at auction for $15. No name plate and nothing to that effect inside.
It’s called a “Denial of Service” attack and it comes from a virus, affectionately named as you can see in the snippet above, “Smurf”.
Blinking HDMI

January 14, 2016
If so, you may have what I’m calling HDMI Blink.
Ok, Ok, you’re right. It’s a new toy and I wanted to show it off.
The difference is in dealing with the inevitable “Oops!”
Speaking of Flux

February 27, 2013
Underside of vacuum tube sockets in the old Eniac-1 computer.
“Analog computers,” he went on, “are faster, more reliable and have some practical uses besides accounting such as cannon trajectory calculations for battleships.


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