Forty Years Later

July 20, 2009 at 8:17 pm | Posted in Personal, Science, Technology, Workplace | Leave a comment

My dad sent me an email message reminding me how I, as a ten-week-old baby, was propped up in front of the kit-built Heathkit to see the historic landing on the Moon.  This reminded me of a scene from a great movie, The Dish, and I found myself tracking down exactly what a 1201 error in the LEM guidance code was, anyway.

That led to this little gem.

Apparently, not much has changed in the world of third level tech support….

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