One of my coworkers is a brilliant Network Engineer. -- He worked on some of the very first computers that were ever built and used at TSU (Texas State University) as well as several other large universities in the US and Europe.
He has some awesome stories to tell about how computers were made back then, how they operated and how technology has progressed since then.
Many times, Handyman, some of the other office works and myself find ourselves mesmerized by his stories of the old archaic machines that were in operation before we were even born. It?s quite fascinating.
I had an idea of bringing him on for a future phpBB Weekly Podcast to change it up a bit and fascinate [especially] our young computer users and older computer users as well, since your average computer user didn't come into contact with these machines until the Atari came out, yet he was at the cutting edge of this technology and helped develop it to what computers are now today.
What do you guys think?
Watch out! I might do a code wheelie!