John C. Jackson has been scribbling in student copy books and then punching what is tolerable on a keyboard for over fifty years.
When I got my first personal computer, I knew so little that after the salesman helped me set it up and left, I had to call him to find how to turn it off. One of the jobs I had as an advertising designer led me to an electrical engineer who held up a tiny computer chip and said it will change the world. And after all those years while I was lost in the past digging out dusty data for my books….it did.
But that doesn’t mean this old coot has to like it.