That should keep him busy.
Is there other more obscure geek stuff? What about the Royal Institution?
Here in Denmark, "the Danish Bernie Madoff", Stein Bagger, just got 7 years. Of course he only swindled about 150 million dollars, so proportionately he got off worse.
Hollerith constants Equivalences Computed Gotos Arithmetic Ifs Common blocks
There were worse things, horrible things... dirty tricks you could play to get the most out of limited memory, or to bypass Fortran's historical lack of pointers and data structures.
Long live Fortran! ('cause you know it's never going to go away)
Didn't most of the tricks just boil down to "Define one big integer array in a common block and then pack all your data, whatever its type, into that"? All my PhD research was done with code like that. It was mostly written by my supervisor years and years before even that and I never actually learned how it worked.
Asynchronous inputs are at the root of our race problems. -- D. Winker and F. Prosser