It was a very popular song around 1981. Tommy Tutone's biggest hit, 867-5309
(Jenny). She was the young lady whose number was written ..."on the wall,
For a good time, call..."
There was an 867-5309, which matches the name of a
song that was popular
some years ago.
reported occasional calls from strangers asking for Jenny (who, I guess,
a character in the song).
I've never seen a computer made by them either. Only thing I know is a bad
Doctor 1: "Can I borrow your Dictaphone?"
Doctor 2: "No, just dial with your finger like everyone else"
Speaking of cleaning out the closets. I was helping
clean out some
stuff from the estate of a deceased writer of computer and
and found a work book for a CPM course that Dictaphone taught. I didn't know
that Dictaphone even made CPM computers. This is a thin book and it's pretty
elementary but it might be of interst to someone that has a Dictaphone
machine or is a CPM collector.