Nope - just Univac, Readix, Ramac, etc.. My favorite was the GE400
series that came out in the mid 60s. I even wrote a DOS for that one,
with about as much functionality as MSDOS :-).
I started with punched cards in '55 and started programming on the
Readix in '57. Take a look at:
On 4/11/2006 1:19 PM Larry Blanchard mumbled something about the following:
I never played with any iron that old, the oldest I ever developed on
was Harris H300/H800, Honeywell DPS-6, and Wang VS-100s. Wrote a lot of
terminal emulators and file transfer protocols in the mid-late 80's for
DOS and Windows, but I've always been a UNIX geek. In the mid 90's I
was part owner (and CTO) of an ISP. Nowdays, I do admin for several
hundred Windows, HP-UX, AIX and Linux servers.
I have my own domain and pay Network Solutions $10/month to host it.
I don't even really use the web end of the hosting service, but
provide email addresses to 27 friends and family.
You can also simply get a free address from Yahoo, etc...
On 4/9/2006 10:52 PM Gooey TARBALLS mumbled something about the following:
Are you that stupid? He said from Network Solutions. There is only 1
URL for them. If you can't find it, I'll be sure to keep pointing
people away from your suggestions. You definitely don't have a clue as
to what is going on for computers.
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