When I began using computer technology, punch cards and paper tape were read into large mainframe computers to perform specific tasks such as payroll or inventory control. Since those days, I’ve lived through timesharing, minicomputers, personal computers, Tablets, Macs and PCs, smart phones, and now iPads. I’ve watched the transformation of society with the advent of the World Wide Web, and the changes in social relations as a result of Web 2.0 technologies such as this blog. Sometimes I hear or read information that triggers a visceral response. On those occasions, I will post to this blog.

I spent half my career in the business world, printing and publishing, and half my career in education. No regrets.


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