As sweet as honey, and not nearly as sticky.
Who is Judebear Software?
Way back in the heady days when TRS-80s ruled desktops, a middle-school-aged aspiring geekme, Dave Wardhaunted the local Radio Shack in an obscure town in Western Washington State, U.S.A. Dancing Demon and the guards from Raaka-Tu became some of my best friends (or maybe it was worst enemiesdamn guards!) I lived and breathed TRS-80 Level II BASIC, learning to program by typing line listings from magazines and books and figuring out how it all worked by just getting in there and doing it. More than one assembly language programmer were surprised by what I could accomplish within BASIC and urged me to learn assembly, but I never really tackled that language. Sadly, my own beloved TRS-80 Model III went belly-up in the mid-1980s, and I took up other activities than programming for years after.
Okay, but who is Judebear?
This is Jude, the fabled bear of song and story:
"I fear thee, ancient beariner,
The Rime of the Ancient Beariner
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