The Tandy 2000
This image was inspired by a 1984 advertisement that featured Bill sitting in front of a Tandy 2000 computer running Windows 1.0. The Tandy 2000 featured a 80186 processor and a full color monitor and retailed for a mere $2,999.
Image created by Greg Shultz for TechRepublic.
Greg Shultz is a freelance Technical Writer. Previously, he has worked as Documentation Specialist in the software industry, a Technical Support Specialist in educational industry, and a Technical Journalist in the computer publishing industry.
I refuse to continue clicking page after page of BS images. For cryin in the mud, just put them all on one page!
"Geekend blog and newsletter are coming to an end this year in order for us to focus all of our resources on business technology topics." You put out this crap and get rid of the Geekend and Jay! For a second time you are getting rid of Jay G.! Let's hope this isn't what you consider the "business technology topics". Seriously, do you have a CLUE at TR? Really? I will need to SERIOUSLY reconsider even bothering with this site if this is the type of humor your organization finds funny. I don't even particularly find the articles or especially the rehashed articles enlightening. Time to reconsider my TRPro subscription.
An amusing look at "historic" moments. For whatever reasons I missed both the pie and car events when they occurred; the links were invaluable. I loved the commercial; as a curb picker I have done the same, and sometimes have the same "what was I thinking" moment. The pie video revealed that it was a "triple pie" conspiracy.