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Scenes from my work at Apple Computer from the 1980s and 1990s
I can remember everything. That’s my curse, young man. It’s the greatest curse that’s ever been inflicted on the human race: memory.
Fax from Friction
In the world of Mad Men, the day that Sonny Liston fought Muhammad Ali was a day for putting ideas on the canvas and taking punches.
Dispatches from the BG News, Bowling Green, Ohio circa 1983.
Follow the Yellow Façade
Dispatches from the birthplace of the first business computer.
Whether it’s the Bible, Bhagavad Gita, Talmud or Sharia law, we all have skin in the rehypothecation game. Just ask Peter and/or Paul. Else if. End else. End if.
And How to Remember Them Forever…
Charles Gulotta has been a freelance writer and publisher since 1980, and is the author of six books. He has also tutored hundreds of students in math, writing, and SAT test prep.
The NASA Papers
The curious case of a letter written to the head of NASA in 1969.
This letter appeared in The Newtown Bee just before the Sandy Hook Massacre. It contains everything the conspiracy theorists don’t want you to know.