I remember is school we used those big bulky Apple and Commodore 64 computers with one color (green) screens and they only printed in dot matrix. Well back in my day that's all we had. Times have definitely changed. We now have super fast laser jet printers and full color screens. However, the Commodore 64 is back!!
Miguel Hanson and Diana Wesley of Houston, Texas had planned on having a friend officiate their wedding. But when that fell through, the two self-professed geeks simply coded a program for a virtual minister — named Reverend Bit — and had a computer do the job instead.
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