My first year at UCSC was 1983. The UNIX B account name I chose was "rush" - my favorite rock group then.

The account I now use is my initials, "clp".

It was thrilling becoming the games manager on UNIX B in 1984. Here I was "games". About this time I rewrote the game shell, which had its source code lost. This also had me re-writing forum to convert the program's interface to the tree structure; and designing the internet server and client.

Near this time Tim Wisseman helped me write Multi-Trek, which was run on UCSC computers then.