It’s been 40 tremendous years

It’s been a lot of fun and I’m still enjoying the business. This is my career to date. And I don’t plan to stop…

Jan 3 1966: Employed as a programmer by NCR in London

Ncr500

The NCR 500 – the leftmost box is the CPU and memory

1971-1974 : Data processing manager

1974-1977 : Trainer (mainly management skills, some technical stuff)

1977-1979 : Project manager

1979-1981 : Editor, Personal Computer World

1981-1985 : Software publisher (Caxton Software)

1981-1982 : Software author (BrainStorm)

1981-     : Columnist and journalist

1988-     : Media skills trainer (Press Here)

1996-     : Shareware publisher (Brainstorm Software)

2002-     : Retained by major public body to prepare strategic briefing documents

2004-     : Blogger (and user of all manner of social software)

3 thoughts on “It’s been 40 tremendous years

  1. A tribute to Tebbo

    A good friend of mine (and a social computing guru), David Tebbutt, has a round-up of his own. Literally. It starts with him getting a job as a programmer with NCR in London on 3rd January 1966… and the last

  2. A tribute to Tebbo

    A good friend of mine (and a social computing guru), David Tebbutt, has a round-up of his own. Literally. It starts with him getting a job as a programmer with NCR in London on 3rd January 1966… and the last

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