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BACKSTORY:Carolyn’s 35th birthday party. 35 people. 8 SubGenuises! 2 cakes! Only 1 visit to the attic this time. Made it ’til 6AM. Still had people over the next day.
808 took 146 pictures with our camera and his memory card, which we copied after the party, and reduced by 55% to 67 pictures.
BACKSTORY: We had Clint’s birthday party the day after New Year’s. It seemed to be the best day for everyone, but it turned out to be pretty low-key due to the holidays. But it was still a lot of fun! We didn’t get very many photos, though.
20090926 – canceled camping gathering – Mark – pirate telescope – (by Chris Z) – IMG_0518
Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
Mark playing with the telescope from the .25 "grab bag for boys" that Clint bought at a yardsale. His reasoning for buying extra bags was to "invent" the concept of the double-blind birthday present: We gave Greg Z one of these bags for his birthday, without knowing what was in it. It was a success. I also got one for myself, which included this telescope.
I think it kicks ass how Milkdrop‘s blue seems to be coming out of Mark’s head. As if the inputs provided by the telescope create outputs from his forehead.
Mark_8 www.floydfolks.org & http 1-540-808-2880 – floydlcfgroup@gmail – PO box 179 Floyd,Virginia 24091 Mark 8 — LCF School Floyd Virginia I first learned to program a computer by taking a class at Virginia Tech which taught Fortran IV on the IBM370 main frame using punch cards for data entry. The year was 1978 and it was an enjoyable class. We worked at our own pace and graded on our mastery of the subject as measured by how many programs we completed and how well we solved the problem in logic given. Then came video terminals in place of the punch cards for a chemistry class. Very cool stuff. I spent many late hours at those old HP terminals running simulations of NMR spectra and chemical composition problems. I left Tech in 1980 and took a job as a lab technician and operator at a local waste water treatment plant. I wasn’t seriously going to take the job at first but I went to check it out anyway. When I got there I talked to the superintendent and looked around. I walked into a room filled with analog controllers, strip chart recorders and alarm systems and I changed my mind about taking the job. It was a fine opportunity to learn more about process control and analog electronics. I went back to tech in 1984 and took some digital electronics classes taught under Mr David Larsen and Dr. Paul Field. Just about that time the plant I worked at began to be upgraded with digital electronic controllers and we received our first IBM PC. Actually it was a Radio Shack model …