They’re cleaning out an office down the hall from me, and I’ve been passing the big waste bin all week. I don’t know whose office it was, but the person obviously hadn’t weeded his or her collection for a long time.
I restrained myself from taking the Token-Ring card (in its original box), even though it was one of the fancy 4/16 Mb models. I even passed up the copy of Lotus Notes 4 for Dummies. But when I saw two classic James Martin books, I couldn’t resist.
So now I’m the proud “owner” of Security, Accuracy, and Privacy in Computer Systems and Design of Man-Computer Dialogues, both from 1973, part of the comprehensive James Martin collection.
It should be interesting comparing what Martin was saying in 1973 with today’s practice.
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It seems that the dumpster traversal of the hallways in ARC is not limited to E wing. The dumpster is also moving along B wing. I personally have acquire a few interesting works on operations research, operator theory and the complete proceedings of numerous conferences.
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