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VII.2 March-April 2000
Page: 41
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Interview: Bruce Tognazzi


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Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson, Bruce Tognazzi

How did you get started? I got started in this field by walking into a computer store in January of 1978 and buying myself a cute little Apple II computer. I had gone to the original West Coast Computer Faire, where they had all these big fancy machines¬ówell, actually, they weren't fancy, but they were big. The machines had to be guarded because if one were turned off it would take 15 minutes of toggling hexadecimal switches on the front to get the thing back up. Then, at the second Faire, I spotted this cute little Apple computer that…




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