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I don't know about that. I put my computer together myself. But
none of the parts came from Radio Shack, so I guess that is progress...
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From: "Perkins, Kathy" <KPerkins -at- stinsonmoheck -dot- com>
Your mentor must have worked with Bill Gates. He was the one that wrote
the BASIC code for the Altair. I actually remember the Altair. You
bought the kit at Radio Shack, and had to put it together yourself.
We've come a long way since then, heh?
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