Re: Best Practice for reviewing documents
Hey - anyone remember making "holiday" wreaths (back then it was 'ok' to
call 'em Christmas wreaths) out of the IBM cards???
Yup :-) (I've remembered several other things, too, based on
everyone's lists ;-) )
I'm dying to know how this is done. All I ever did with punch cards was draw ballerinas (mostly in pirouette pose, due to the physical constraints of the card).
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