This is just a start, page will be updated at a later date.
Being very young at that time, there’s not too much I can remember. Some highlights that I do remember are the following:
Upon finally falling asleep during an evening of tornadoes, the smoke alarm went off. I, thinking it was the tornado siren, ran into the basement.
Instead of taking a nap like I was told, I would hide on the staircase and watch the football games on TV.
Played with a loaded gun that I ended up accidently firing off. Put a hole in the wall.
“Hacked” 29 teachers passwords and changed them. They used a default password, so once that default was found, all the teacher who didn’t use computers or those who didn’t change their password was that password.
Removed Fortress from Windows 95 computers. Program to do this was written in BASIC. Unfortunately, all the books I read about BIOS/CMOS were for 486s or earlier. It appears the new Pentium computers increased the size of BIOS from 64 bytes to 128 bytes. I messed up the CD-ROM drive on all computers I removed Fortress from.
- In the Air Force for Satellite Communications. Stationed in Hawaii.