Class was quite interesting today.
Discussing the three eras of the history of computers, which were noted as:
- 1950 - 1975: Mainframes (one computer to many people)
- 1975 - 1995: Personal Computers (one computer to one person)
- 1995 - : Ubiquitous computing (many computers to one person)
- My personal desktop PC,
- my old personal laptop,
- my new personal laptop,
- my work desktop PC,
- my work laptop,
- my old Palm Pilot, and
- my new Palm Pilot.
For dinner, I made us Gorton's Cajun and Lemon Butter fillets, mashed potatoes, and a salad consisting of: cucumbers and tomatoes, sprinkled with shredded mozzarella, and dressed with balsamic vinegar.
Robert and I worked on a challenging puzzle from The Independent, but didn't finish it.
I got about a 30-minute nap in.
Dancing was fun, festive, and flirty tonight.
Carl taught Georgia Winder for the lesson.