I truly hope not John.It is that, actually. I did not know Gordon, but I too read some about him. Both paved the way for all of us to indeed follow, and we are still around after all these years.
And we may just be doing the same for the next generation of folders.
Generally, [servers cost] about $10K, but I'm happy to pitch in funds here to bring us
up to that level in case it doesn't get there. The generosity and meaning of
this is important to me too.
If anyone has further questions, they may contact Dr. McCord at MaximumPCAs with all donations to FAH, here are a few reminders:
1) They must go through Stanford (please do not send me personal checks, etc).
For credit cards, one could go to this link
2) Please designate that this is for the "[email protected] Computing Project Gift Fund".
If one uses the link above, that should happen automatically (but it never hurts to be clear).
3) If one does the above, the gift should be tax deductible (at least in the US),
since Stanford is a 501c3 non-profit.
Here is the Q+A for giving to Stanford:
REMEMBER to put "[email protected] Computing Project Gift Fund" on the memo line
or note it online if giving by credit card.