Master Of Disguise
ComputerWorld, October 14th, 2019

Volume 259, Issue 4 Article 86085
October 27, 2019

"It's about 20 years ago, and this pilot fish travels around the U.S. demonstrating his company's network computer at trade shows.

'The device,' says fish, 'was basically a dumb terminal connected to a PC server instead of a mainframe, and therefore capable of serving up Windows and web applications. Since the product was small and easy to miss, I would always attach an impressive 17-inch LCD flat-screen monitor that retailed for $2,000.'

In 1998, most people have never seen a flat-screen monitor..." - ComputerWorld