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Names that make computers go crazy

Tue, 23/05/2017 - 23:00
this is an excerpt from my upcoming book, Computer Says No, about wrong assumptions, computer bugs and humans caught in between In 1961 IBM introduced a new monster processing system, called 7074. The beast was normally delivered in several trucks, required a room of 40 by 40 feet, and weighed more than 41,000 pounds. The system had a disk storage unit with a capacity of 28 million characters and could process almost 34,000 operations per second. Still, the IBM 7074 was no match for Hubert B. Wolfeschlegelsteinhausenbergerdorff. Hubert rose to fame in 1964 when Associated Press carried the story of...
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