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Jeff Goodenough

LEO engineer. One of my main programming achievements in between mending LE-1 units, was to add the "om tiddly om pom - pom pom" tune to the end of a little program which verified (I think) magnetic tapes! (Much to the amusement of the operators.)

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Jeff Goodenough

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