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Old 08-17-2016, 04:26 PM
 
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Originally Posted by clawsondude View Post
George RR Martin (author of "A Song of Ice and Fire" (Game of Thrones) famously uses an old DOS computer and Wordstar 4.0 as a word processor for all of his writing. He's happy not having to worry about viruses and things like that since the computer is not connected to the internet.
My first word processor was a dedicated word processor. An NBI piece of equipment.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Word_processor

Didn't have to worry about viruses/similar over the internet. Because there was no internet back then .

Suspect if I were working in a "stand-alone" environment - I could still use that system today. Robyn
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