Freedom of choice

I am free to post, say whatever I want again, oh this is going to be fun...

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Wanderbook – 2003

This is a continuance of my "Tablet" stories (pre iPad) when Tablet's (phablets) were not all the rage. I really do plan to, as promised in Wanderbuch to write about a company I co-founded with Therese Swan and my...

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Resume Summary

Clayton Weimer • 20 years Software Engineering - Client-server mobile computing, graphical design, user interfaces, and Obj Oriented development. • 15 years Mobile and Hand-held Computing - User interface expert in hand-held computing. Defined operating environment for tablet computer for mobile...

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Programming in the Large with Ada at GTE

In 1985 after graduating I took on a position as a "Software Engineer" at GTE Government Systems in Mountain View, CA. The physical location is gone now, here it is in the 60's, today, and around my time there:...

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Tablets and Samsung

One reason why I am asked to testify and play expert witness a lot lately is because I have a deep memory and deep shed, of all things that were long forgotten from an era that should have been known as...

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I Am a Walking Office (1993)

It's cool all the old USENET stuff is available and searchable via Google Groups.  For you non-techies and young ones, these discussion newsgroups WAS the social internet ,  well before the Web ( as we know it) was announced (on a newsgroup, BTW)....

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Does EO-440/PenPoint (1992) = Apple iPad (2010)?

Someone on the GO/EO Alumni group I am on asked: "Does EO-440/PenPoint (1992) = Apple iPad (2010)?" Here's the best answer... ----- Absolutely. I could go on and on why the GO/EO machines (eventually known as the Personal Communicator) didn't make it back then...

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You’ve Been Here Before Alice – Don’t You Remember?

I just saw Alice in Wonderland, in 3-d Imax and all its glory.  I liked it a lot.   I was grateful it was not the same old story.  My daughter liked it, my wife liked it, my 18...

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