In 1981 I worked for a company called Nabu Manufacturing based in Ottawa.
Nabu created an Internet precursor that was based on two-way cable networks.
At Nabu I managed a department of two and we designed and created an S-100 compatible PC.
Together with Dave Wiens, my very capable assistant, we wrote the specification.
Dave did the hardware development,
and I wrote a CP/M-compatible operating system that booted off a cable modem and development tools for Nabu’s games programmers.
Today I marvel at Dave’s patience, since I was only 25 years old and he was considerably older and so much more experienced than I.
I learned so much from him!
Here are some pictures we took at the end of the project: