The evolution of my computer chronology: Part 2
A few days ago, I asked wrote a post highlighting the evolution of my computer chronology. I decided to ask the question to my friends on Twitter and Facebook and I received some really awesome feedback. Check out the results. Can you find any patterns here?
From Facebook …
And from Twitter, with the first one from a previous intern here at Intel last summer. Thanks J.
karenbartleson: @Britopian research: my first computer was a TI 99. Today I use a Dell D620 laptop and a Blackberry.
Jking89: @Britopian 1st PC = Tandy Color Computer 3 (http://bit.ly/nE0XR (expand)). I now use 3 desktops, 2 laptops, & 1 netbook.
BenSpark: @Britopian TI 994A was 1st. Apple IIC next, today Dell inspiron and HP Laptop. Just ordered a Lenovo netbook too.
LesBlatt: @Britopian First computer was Apple 2e. Today use Dell desktop & laptop and iMac computers; wife has an Apple iBook and another Dell laptop.
bryanrhoads: @Britopian First computer = Apple IIe … Castle Wolfenstein was THE BEST!
francinegeller: @Britopian My first laptop was a PowerBook 180..I brought it to lectures in grad school….now I have an HP Pavilion Elite d5100t
RayHartjen: @Britopian rollin with Vaio, ‘course! When Win7 comes out, I’ll cut some size and weight and roll with the P series
diancrawford: @Britopian first computer was a TRS80 in….1979! Wrote my first basic program on that…had to save to tape.
melaniephung: @Britopian My college computer was a Mac LC 550 (or 575? not sure). Currently have a 24″ iMac at home. Use Compaq at work (w/ Intel Inside)
chuckiem: @Britopian My First computer was a Toshiba Tecra and I now use a Mac Pro…http://profile.to/charlesmartin/
RayHartjen: @Britopian my story starts with a Radio Shack Tandy TRS-80 – cassette driven – at the time (1981), very cool