Dr. Shlomo Argamon <argamon@sunlightNOSPAM.cs.biu.ac.il> wrote:
| "Geoff Summerhayes" <sNuOmSrPnAoMt@hNoOtSmPaAiMl.com> writes:
| > "Tim Bradshaw" <email@example.com> wrote:
| > > Wimp. Real programmers don't waste their time on that assembler
| > > language crap. Real programmers write their programs in silicon.
| > Poofdah. Kids and their silicon implants. Oh, for the good old days,
| > a sheet of core and a bar magnet.
| Spoiled moderns! Give me a bunch of gears and rods any day!
Full circle we now come. Thank you, Ivan Sutherland, for describing such
wheels of reincarnation. <URL:http://citeseer.nj.nec.com/context/72129/0>
I refer, of course, to the nanotech guys' plans for gear & rod computers...
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