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July 14, 2018


Tom Stirewaltt

I don't have a picture but my first computer was a vector graphic. I bought it for my law practice in 1977. It had to 360 KD hard sector floppies, and 64k RAM. I eventually got around to writing a form book in computer format for word star and eventually converted to wordperfect. Since there were no technicians around if it broke I had to fix it which is how I learned all about computing and an alternate career.

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