Fruit-based computers

James Knott jknott at ibm.net
Mon Oct 12 11:11:28 EST 1998


In article <361DED55.F9650035 at llamacom.com>,
Tristan Wibberley <twibberley at llamacom.com> wrote:
>Frampton Steve R wrote:
>> 
>> In comp.os.linux.development.system Matthew Vaughn <matvon-diespam at mad.scientist.com> wrote:
>> : My Apple II is still going strong after all these years.. where have you
>> : been people? Fruit based computers have been the wave of the future since
>> : 1978!                              ~~~~~~~~~
>>                                      ~~~~~~~
>> They're "have been"'s alright!  :-)  ~~~~~
>
>beens, Beans?
>
>Pulse based computers :o), use the pulses for the timing signals!

FWIW, many years ago, IBM sold a coffee grinder, which shows they were
working on Java even back then!!!!   :-)


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