I was torn between no strict qw/vars/;
and the eval
but I'm truly surprised that none of the replies to an un-asked variant of this selection have not thus far included:
- "There may eventually be a world-wide market for as many as ten (computers)." Attributed to an IBM exec, circa 1948
- ""There is no reason for any individual to have a computer in his home." " Attributed to the Ken Olsen of DEC in the late 1970's (and snopes.com says that is a valid urban legend)
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