‘We Need A New Computer’

  • Grahame Walshe
  • Peter Daffern
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Abstract

‘Good morning; has my job been processed yet? My name is Willis.’

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© Grahame Walshe and Peter Daffern 1990

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  • Grahame Walshe
  • Peter Daffern

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