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First, February 28, 2000







The Florida Bar News, July 15, 1999


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Explanation: In 1999, everyone was worried about all computers breaking down at the start of the year 2000 (Y2K). The buzzword was that every new technology had to be Y2K compliant, and this is just a natural extension of that.






Florida Bar News, August 1, 1999


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Explanation: In 1999, everybody was concerned that all computer systems would break down on January 1st, 2000. So being "year 2000 compliant" was the buzzword phrase of the moment for all new technologies -- and I figured it could apply to job applicants as well.






Circuits Manufacturing, July 1989


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A 1989 cover for "Circuits Manufacturing" magazine, illustrating the lead article "Taking the Measure of a Solder Joint". I did the cartoon drawing in black and white -- color was added by the magazine. Parts of the drawing were also used to accompany the article itself.






The Wall Street Journal, October 23, 1997







Creative Computing, June 1983







Woman's World, February 23, 1988


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Well, those were all good computer-language buzzwords in 1988. Frankly, I can't imagine what the kid would be telling his mother these days.






CEDR Forum, Winter 1988


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CEDR stands for the Center on Evaluation, Development and Research, and the Forum was an educational newsletter. I'm not sure if the CEDR is still in existence, but the parent company was Phi Delta Kappa, publishers of Phi Delta Kappan magazine.






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