Like many other folks, I vividly recall my first foray into technology.

It was back in 1974 and I needed an elective. My father, who was just slightly ahead of Ned Ludd in terms of embracing progress, inexplicably encouraged me to take the class. In a shocking departure from his traditional recalcitrance, he told me computers were the “vehicle of the future.”

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