When the Happy Hacker was still in junior high he went to his first computer show. They were a big
The Happy Hacker is perplexed by something that he sees on campus--students spending me time on sports teams, student groups
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T HE MOST PUBLICIZED CORPORATE dispute in America sparked campus debate last week, as the Coors controversy came to Cambridge.
Years ago, businesses began replacing their computers with large word processors. These dinosaurs, made by companies such as DEC, Lanier
Most hackers don't have to write papers during finals; all they do is chew endless no-doz's and hand in final
Undeterred by the late afternoon's failing light on Sugarbush North's "Cliffs" trail, we skied down through the deep, light powder.
Last week the Hacker was busy talking about Macintosh utilities. It's nice to have a program that can help the
After a Christmas break of eggnog-induced hangovers and relative-induced headaches, the Happy Hacker has returned to campus without any of
"Interesting ideas, with some good supporting examples. Overall, however, your analysis is sketchy and repetitive. B-" The Happy Hacker was
Every year around Christmas, most students who play the Secret Santa game find themselves in possession of too many 2
The Happy Hacker hates making complicated decisions, such as deciding which computer to buy. Luckily, with computers, there are only
I N THE 1986 Senate elections, the Democratic Party is the clear winner, with a gain of eight seats. Ronald
The green-paneled, glass and steel home of the Office of Information Technology is as incongruous a place as any for
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