1996-09-20 - Re: CNET Digital Dispatch Vol. 2 No. 38

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From: Mike McNally <m5@tivoli.com>
To: Rick Osborne <osborne@gateway.grumman.com>
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Reply To: <3.0b19.32.19960920021220.0050fc50@gateway.grumman.com>
UTC Datetime: 1996-09-20 19:23:01 UTC
Raw Date: Sat, 21 Sep 1996 03:23:01 +0800

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From: Mike McNally <m5@tivoli.com>
Date: Sat, 21 Sep 1996 03:23:01 +0800
To: Rick Osborne <osborne@gateway.grumman.com>
Subject: Re: CNET Digital Dispatch  Vol. 2 No. 38
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Rick Osborne wrote:
> did they mean DES or is the EDS something I'm not aware of.

EDS is "Electronic Data Systems", the company Ross & a buddy started
back in the late 60's/early 70's.  That's where Ross made his money.

EDS is a place that when Ross was in charge (and maybe still today)
was a lot like what Grumman sounds like in terms of employee
security issues.  Armed guards patrolled the computer rooms when I
was working there (1979).

Mike M Nally * IBM % Tivoli * Austin TX  * How quickly we forget that
mailto:m5@tivoli.com mailto:m101@io.com  * "deer processing" and "data
http://www.io.com/~m101/                 * processing" are different!