ABØDP is my ham radio call letters. It is not a mischievous acronym.
No one else in THE WORLD can legally use my call letters, so I feel that my
call defines me. It is not the first call letters I've had. Previously my
call was WBØNNK, but I up-graded in December, 1996. I've also had the
calls of WNØNNK and ABØNNK. The Ø
is a Zero, not an Oh.
My first contact with computing was in 1971 when I wrote a short program using
punched cards and paper tape. It was fed to the main frame (which I never saw)
using a KSR-33. Does any one know today what that is ?
I've had fun putting these pages together, but like all writers I like feedback.
So please drop me a note. It doesn't have to be much at all, but if you are up
to it I don't mind criticism.
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