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A History of Inventions
RJ Mical, at age 14, invented a tic-tac-toe game computer
made of relays, flashlight bulbs and D batteries. It's a funny story; ask him sometime.
RJ's professional career started
arcade development at Williams Electronics and led to his role in the
creation of the Amiga Computer.
co-inventor of the Atari Lynx handheld
game system and the 3DO entertainment console,
and he was responsible for software
engineering at Red Jade for Ericsson.
Most recently RJ has been
Chief Architect for the Fathammer mobile game engine,
Anti-Spam Hero for BarracudaNetworks,
VP of Technology for GlobalVR, and he worked on
technology for Sony.
He has developed more than
15 video games, has 11 patents, designed 4 hardware platforms, architected
3 operating systems, has too many hobbies and is one swell guy!
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Here's one just for you:
While riding in a train between London and Birmingham, a woman
inquired of Oscar Wilde,
"You don't mind if I smoke, do you?"
Wilde gave her a sidelong glance and replied,
"I don't mind if you burn, madam."
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Brother Rice High School
University of Illinois
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