- Jan 1, 1970
Yes, I have. A "holographic" memory array is hardly an example
of something that demonstrates the principles required for the
full system that our "friend" Radium seems to be envisioning
here. Or are you under the impression that "memory arrays" perform
Maybe Radium has a library of old "Electronics" magazines from the
1960/70s. There was a multi-part saga of an outfit promising a "Laser"
computer using optical processing with capabilities a magnitude greater
than the state of the art of the time. So someone at Boeing Computer
Services, knowing that it was some sort of stock scam, ordered one to
call their bluff. At which time the "entrepreneur" turned the tables and
announced the order, claiming that Boeing was endorsing his technology.
It, of course, faded away rapidly, but provided much amusement.
Mark Zenier [email protected]
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