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Crocodiles: Resources for Preschoolers

When the young Peasleburgians were little, I started doing themes with them. I’d request books from the library, look online for crafts, try to find videos or TV programs that fit the theme, and maybe even come up with a fun fieldtrip. Much of it followed their interests, but I’d also include themes that I… Continue reading Crocodiles: Resources for Preschoolers

Computer Science · History

Progress Isn’t Always All It’s Cracked Up To Be

Decades ago I took my first computer science class on a Honeywell Sigma 6. It was a new installation. We lived through 30 minute response times, terminal time limits, multi-hour terminal waiting lists, and even staying at the terminal room overnight, sleeping in corners waiting for our turn at a terminal, to get enough terminal… Continue reading Progress Isn’t Always All It’s Cracked Up To Be