Software comes from heaven when you have good hardware.
He endured a lot of hell.
We make the solutions up out of modules, so they're all standard, ... They're built for security, reliability, ease of expansion and ease of changing. They're the ideas we had many years ago that tend to get lost today.
When I was a teenager in the late 30's and early 40's, electronics wasn't a word. You were interested in radio if you were interested in electronics.
There's years he puts, on top of his job, 35, 40 hours a week into it.
On almost anything someone does in the computer business, you can go back in the literature and prove someone had done it earlier.
That means, of course, that management must treat its employees well. If you treat employees nicely, ... you're not a good person in the business world, unfortunately.
Teamwork was more accepted 40 years ago.
There is no reason for any individual to have a computer in his home.
The nicest thing about standards is that there are so many of them to choose from.
We really need it because Microsoft keeps releasing sloppier and sloppier software that needs a faster and faster machine. The speed is crazy.
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