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20 September 1996

Analog Architecture

I took a train to visit a friend who works at the world's third largest software company. I'd never been to his new office, so I noted the address in my portable computer. Unfortunately my computer died on the train trip and I had no way of finding his address. (For the record, I should add that the problem was unrelated to the software my friend gave me.)

I was fortunate that the company had the foresight mount its logo on top of one of its largest buildings. I suppose big software companies never grow into huge software companies unless their digital executives pay attention to even such small analog details.

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