In other news, having a quiet day at home, and reverting the #linux experiment - creating a Windows 10 boot stick to get rid of grub from the master boot record, then extend the Windows partitions back over the top of the place Linux lived.
Today I learned that revisionist history is alive and well. Most US sources list ENIAC (1946) as the first electronic computer - even though Konrad Zuse's Z1 (1938), Atanasoff Berry's ABC (1942), and Colossus (1943) all came before. This is why we cannot trust history books.
The Google search results are pretty damning - listing ENIAC first. Wikipedia is wrong, and even the Encylopedia Britannica is flat-out wrong. I'm kind of stunned.
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