The world would be improved with fewer 'dumb macho guys', so there's no downside to that.
Breed, so that soon SciFy channel can make a movie called Sharkmatoe?
I believe archive.org has (or had) a lot of Byte magazines downloadable as PDFs.
Whichever destination, there's a lot of work to do before the final countdown.
I remember walking by a few lots las time I was there. Some would have been visible from above; others, maybe only Street View would have shown. But yeah, the underground garages wouldn't be easily visible from unless they caught a vehicle coming in or out.
A few minutes using Google Earth or the like would have shown him what it's like there.
Hex, or octal?
If I remember correctly, this is basically the plot of "Far Centaurus", by van Vogt.
In 1998, I visited the USS New Jersey. There was a computer in a compartment near the bridge, running Linux. I seem to recall that it was some kind of HAM radio software, and/or weather-related. I took a picture with my Mavica; I'll have to check it when I get home.
Ditto, in the last week I've spent probably 18 points on 'Offtopic' mods.
... and Frederik Pohl in his Heechee stuff a little after that, both AI simulations of long-dead people (Einstein, Freud) and later, uploading consciousnesses.
The Tao of Programming has been around for many years.
Yeah, an Atari 800 was my first computer. I know all that history now, but at the time was pretty clueless about it.
I called it "Commode-odor". I was an Atari fan, but most of my friends had C=64s.
A few years later, though, I got an Amiga.
I've had it with these motherfucking turnips on this motherfucking moonbase!