Information Technology is all about data. We collect raw data to build inferences on them and then store results keeping logs. We make decisions on strategical policies using data trends. We bill our customers on their service consumption data. Our bank adds and subtracts cash amount data (not bucks), etc. […]
A network is set of artifacts (or simply procedures) that allows network terminals to share information each other. So, a tin can phone can be considered a kind of network without doubts. In the Hyperuranium network model ( usually Hyperuranium citizens are software people and CEOs ), a network is […]
Someone, including me, thinks that one of the greater computer science inventions is the “Copy & Paste” stuff. Late in the 80’s, when I started programming in Pascal and AIM65 assembler language, I had to use VT100 and VT340 terminals. Yes, “vt100” isn’t only a value for the environment variable […]
There was a time when a refrigerator sized machine with 500 MB disk space and 64 MB of ram memory powered with 380 V, cooled with water pipes and a small cubicle for the “embedded”, system administrator wearing a white coat,was called “mini computer”. It isn’t a joke. The “mini” was […]
I’ll be back in the next few days with a real post, not only a placeholder. If I don’t, you are authorized to define these “my last famous words”.