Likewise. I'd been programming in BASIC/FORTRAN/ASM,etc for several years on PDP-11s and others, but the KIM-1 was the first one that was mine. Handwrapped a 44-pin backplane for some home-built expansion cards. That little thing really taught me the value of tight, efficient code.
I still have it in the garage.
Given that every single iPhone 6S I've encountered with the dreaded 30% shutdown bug (>10 of them) has been a Samsung-based device, there's at least a difference in the device builds. It may or may not be the SoC.
I didn't really notice the people trying to monetize the web until around 2006
What do you think caused the 2000 dot com crash?
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