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"Thomas John Watson Sr. (February 17, 1874 – June 19, 1956) was an American businessman. He served as the chairman and CEO of International Business Machines (IBM). He oversaw the company's growth into an international force from 1914 to 1956. Watson developed IBM's management style and corporate culture from John Henry Patterson's training at NCR. He turned the company into a highly-effective selling organization, based largely on punched card tabulating machines. A leading self-made industrialist, he was one of the richest men of his time and was called the world's greatest salesman when he died in 1956."
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I don't know. I just put cables from A to B. (or A to J, or B to M) Who knows what I really asked it to do ????




@thurman that computer was a big step back from HAL 9000, but on the upside I bet it wasn't plotting murder.


It did, thanks. :)


I hope it brought back pleasant memories, thurman.


I like this quote. What is interesting in the explanation is that I learned computers in a computer lab with his punched card tabulation machines. We programmed the computer to read the punch cards. It was a board with wires and you had to connect them to the right ports. It was the first computer class in Toronto. I had forgotten about them.


You're welcome, Donna and Cyndi.

Eddie, you and me both!


Amen. Another great TFT


I wish he ran the company I work for.


BM, thank you for this interesting information.

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