The Boy the girl and a computerStuart Wilson a foundling is brought up by his adoptive parents Jean and Andrew Wilson. He lives in a happy home until his mother Jean dies of cancer. His life then becomes difficult as his adoptive father Andrew tries to handle his grief by drinking too much. Following an accident his father finally calms down and life returns to normal for the young boy. He attends the local school and has a crush on one of his classmates a girl called Evelyn. On leaving school and following a period at collage he manages to create a computer programme which causes alarm to large software companies and his programme is bought off, making him a rich man. Meantime he has also made contact with his birth mother who becomes friendly with his adoptive father. He manages to get close to his girlfriend from school and finally manages to propose culminating in a double wedding with his mother and adoptive father as also marrying.
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From bright colours and big hair to synthesized songs and day glow wardrobes. The 1980s were certainly loud, often garish and utterly fabulous - no matter how embarrassing the outfits were. There are so many elements, which made the 80s a truly great decade, but one of the greatest contributions, if not the greatest, is the mass introduction of affordable 8-bit home micro computers. These curious machines of geekdom changed the way we regarded computers and technology. No longer were they the sole perverse of tweed jacket clad scientists sporting unruly beards, micro computers were now forming a staple inventory in millions of homes. Much of the technology that we enjoy today, such as desktop computers, notebooks, tablets, gaming consoles and smart phones, all of which are often taken for granted, can be traced back to this innovative decade. If you were a child of the 80s and remember the joy of receiving your very first home computer or maybe a young adult who fondly remembers the excitement, then you will appreciate this unabashed reminiscence of a simpler time whose adolescent technological was on the cusp of great advancements. This book is intended as celebration and reflection of all the computer technology that made the 80s such a wonderful, pioneering period and follows the journey of a self confessed, teenaged computer geek who experienced and enjoyed every ground breaking moment, including publishing his own software. 10 Print "The 80s are fab!" 20 Goto 10 Run Author's Comments: The current edition is dated 31st January 2016 and has been edited based on customer feedback.
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