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On 5 May 1998, Ed Tecot wrote:
> >Didn't we
> >have Beehive versions of a system status display program (something-DPY)
OPNDPY - showed opened files on the system.
Funny, though, I can't remember if we > >ever had a visual editor for the
> I remember regularly using the Superbee on Ed Boas' desk to do three things
> (okay, four things, but one of them didn't require a Beehive):
> 1) Play Star Trek
> 2) Run ???DPY
> 3) Use a visual editor (I believe it was based on TECO, but it may have
> been based on SOS. It certainly wasn't EMACS, which I didn't use until I
> arrived at CMU in 1982).
> 4) Print posters on the LA120 - I remember putting it into "tiny char" mode
> and printing out a poster of the moon.