Art without engineering is dreaming;
Engineering without art is calculating.

Steven K. Roberts, N4RVE

Posts Tagged ‘Link-Up’

High-tech Nomad Gears Up Again – Link-Up

This is from a magazine published by the company that ended up publishing Computing Across America… one of those relationships that started nicely and then fell apart as the years passed. They were a significant force in the early epoch of online information retrieval, however, producing the excellent annual National Online Meeting; this article was…

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Online and On the Air – Link-Up

Dataspace Online and On the Air By Steven K. Roberts Link-Up — January, 1986 Packet communications technology is a marriage of computers and amateur radio.  The last time I signed on, I decided to go for distance. Sounds a bit strange doesn’t it? Physical location is usually irrelevant online, for the network is one of those…

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Electronic Bodysnatching

Dataspace By Steven K. Roberts Link-Up — December, 1985 If you have ever experienced the hiring process, you already know the problem. Hidden somewhere out there in the teeming masses are a few prize catches; scattered across the land are myriad companies who need them in their endless quest for the competitive edge. The process…

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