Dennis - Congratulations on being the first "Titan of Tech"

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Dennis - Congratulations on being the first "Titan of Tech"

Post by SAttaya » Thu Mar 14, 2019 11:23 am

Dennis Hirota was recently honored with the first Titans of Tech selection.

This seemed to be the right place to send this because you are always
introducing us to the future with your posts.

BTW, early 70's 5,600 USD computer too much for a large PDP11 (introduced in1969),
but not enough for a 360-50 or -65, so what was it?
I got our first (used PDP-10 in 1975)...maybe

see https://blog.lidarnews.com/dennis-hirota-titans-tech/ for more info
for those of you that missed it.

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Re: Dennis - Congratulations on being the first "Titan of Tech"

Post by dhirota » Fri Mar 15, 2019 3:02 pm

Steve

Thank you for the congratulations.

It has been interesting of the virtual international communications at LSF by Jason Warren. He posted this
below 6 hours after the presentation in Honolulu.

viewtopic.php?f=42&t=14348&p=75596&hili ... ota#p75596

As I mentioned in that thread, it is important to educate and help others using technology knowledge. We are continuing
to use what we have as scanning sensors in our NavVIS M6 and Red Hydrogen One to help the University of Hawaii football
team improve their recruiting.
Dennis Hirota, PhD, PE, LPLS
dennishirota@gmail.com

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