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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

For those of you who MUST know…

How it’s pronounced:


posted by Michael Humphries-Dolnick at 7:57 am  

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Justin’s Sixth Birthday Party

Justin’s sixth birthday was on April 3rd, and today was his birthday party.  He had a shared party with his classmate / neighbor Noah, at Emily Oaks Nature Center.  First, a guide showed them around the nature center and had them play games, like chase (fox chasing rabbits) and other such outdoors games.  After the fun outdoors, we went inside to eat fruit, cupcakes, and beverages, and sang happy birthday to both of them.

Pictures here.

posted by Michael Humphries-Dolnick at 8:42 pm  

Friday, April 2, 2010

R.I.P. Dr Henry Edward Roberts

Dr. Henry Edward Roberts, inventor of the Altair 8800 – considered by some to be the first “personal computer” – died yesterday at the age of 68.

The Altair 8800 was a switch-based computer, and it caught the attention of Bill Gates and Paul Allen, who moved from suburban Seattle to Albuquerque, NM (where Roberts lived at the time) to found Micro-Soft and write an  the BASIC language – to help people program it.

posted by Michael Humphries-Dolnick at 7:22 am  

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