“So much of what we call management consists in making it difficult for people to work.” Peter Drucker, US educator and author (1909 – 2005).
Tuesday, 11 December 2012
Memory Lane (256 bytes)
It is easy to forget how large and limited computers used to be. My first home computer was a Commodore 64 and
it, along with other classics such as the PDP11, are all included in the
recently opened Living Computer Museum. A couple of points for the
nostalgic historical record: The maximum score possible on the 255 levels of
Pac-Man is 3,333,360 and in June 1980 the VIC-20 became the first computer to
sell over a million units - it had 3.5 KB of usable memory.