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| But alas! in the next class, she was typing and a large plume of dark
| smoke started pouring out of the CRT. Evidently she was quite shaken by
| the experience, and never showed up for another class.
The way I've heard it explained, computers run on smoke. When the smoke
leaks out, they quit working.
John Gorentz bitnet: gorentz -at- msukbs
W.K. Kellogg Biological Station internet: gorentz -at- kbs -dot- msu -dot- edu
Michigan State University USA or jgorentz -at- lternet -dot- edu