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Ten years ago

Published: Friday 2011-08-26.

This week ten years ago the Norwegian crown prince got married and Microsoft released Windows XP. I guess that is the way it is, some good things happen, and some bad.

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  • Datum: 2011-08-26 14.26.51 CEST
  • Namn: Anders Carlsson
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I spelet M.U.L.E. kan det bara inträffa dåliga saker för den som leder vid varje omgång, och bara bra saker för den som ligger sist. En av de positiva händelserna är när man lyckats sälja sin antika PC-dator och får flera hundra dollar för den. Spelet utvecklades alltså 1982/83 och redan då antog de att det i framtiden skulle finnas en samlarmarknad för (vissa) gamla datorer.

Hade faktsikt ingen aning om att det var Kronprins Haakon som låg bakom Windows det förklarar ju onekligen en del! ;)

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