You may think I'm joking about the Internet that I helped build, but I'm not.

I was a major player in the computer industry through the seventies and eighties. I developed business building software on IBM minis, broke new graphics grounds as the IBM PC came out, formed two companies and was at the heart of the PC revolution.

I ran early Windows beta software on my box, just down the road from Redmond. I wrote assembly language scanner device drivers for the great one, PC Paintbrush.

I could rattle on here all day, but I was there from the beginning and my contributions to this thing we call the Internet, is notable.

btw: I humbly submit that I truly was a computer genius back then, not so much now :-)