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Last Thursday, Henry Edward Roberts, arguably the father of personal computer, passed away at the age of 68. He made an electronic kit named Altair 8800 in 1975. Soon the kit made two young men, moved from WA, popular.
PHOTO: Computer History Museum
I was finding a way to update my Facebook profile automatically with my tweets. Knew there was an official Twitter app to do that. After it failed several times, I turned to others.
Soon found an app called
Smart Twitter, and it’s one of the few apps to help update Facebook profile. In addition, its description said it filters users’ tweets, so only messages, not replies or retweets, are shown. It seemed to work as described. Wait! Since most of my tweets are replies, it’s likely that my profile page will not be updated as frequently as I tweet.
Hmmm… Decided to leave a note here in a longer version whenever I write an important update on my Twitter. Anyway, it’s great to be back! (EDIT: Originally for Facebook Note)
(EDIT: Because my decision was too late, I had to move quickly. Spent some time searching for crash courses to help me pass the TCT test. There was no such a thing. As a last resort, I knocked on the door of KST, an association for professional translators.)
(EDIT: People in my country used to say that companies—private sector—and our government—public sector—are not competitive in general. Media powers this thinking. But, I’m afraid they don’t see what is behind.)
(EDIT: My first tech-related post. At that time, bookstores were flooded with computer magazines. It’s considered important for people near my age to be a power-user or to be called one of them. Focused more on how to build a fancy “rig” than on how to use it, they were going in a wrong direction.)