(sniff!) My first computer. Aged 12, it was the shining beacon in my early life. Mum and Dad matched my savings dollar-for-dollar (or so I thought at the time) and off we trundled to the local Tandy store to pick up the first model on the Australian market. 4Kb RAM, compact-cassette interface for loading programs. Dartmouth BASIC. Oh the joy of that first program! 10 PRINT Hello World; 20 GOTO 10. Decades later, I still can't quite believe that I disposed of that beautiful artifact through The Trading Post in favour of a stupid Korg MonoPoly synthesiser. How much exactly did The Human League change society? Not very damn much.