The story of the Chicago Comma

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  • #   Dubravka on 08.30.12 at 8:38 pm     

    I worked at Wang Laboratories (a caoporrte name that belied its size at its height) in the early 1980s, and besides what were lovingly called minicomputers in those days, Wang also made a PC with proprietary software and a several features that appeared LATER on Macintoshes: imaging processors and retrievable sound files (not compressed to the extent they were with MP3 technology). If only Steve Jobs had been born in New England and had been a hire by Wang, things might have been different.

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