For the past few years, I have been riding the social computing wave in various forms. Before that it was web-related stuff, as well as traditional software. And, before that, it was the PC and microcomputers. (Before that, I was in the computer industry but not writing about it.)
In honour of the real PC’s 25th birthday, I’ve put a link in this blog’s ‘About‘ page to a selection of articles and columns that Martin Banks and I wrote as we rode the PC wave. For quite inexplicable reasons, my review of the first IBM PC isn’t in there. It would probably bore you witless anyway.
When you’re looking for some displacement activity, try typing Sinclair, BBC, KayPro, Osborne or Bricklin. Or whatever you like really.