20 years ago, I wrote two regular columns for the IBM PC User Group Newsletter, Dr Solomon's Surgery (where I was a PC agony aunt) and Dr Solomon's Workshop, where I tackled interesting technical issues connected with the PC. Many of these are on my web site.
Recently, I attended a family reunion (ladysolly's side of the family), and one of the attendees gave me a collection of old issues of the newsletter. I've been reading through them, and in the July issue, I found one of my favourite Workshop articles. It's on my web site, along with loads of others from those days. It's all about pointers, linked lists and hashing, and it's still, 20 years later, a useful article. And it mentions daughter.1.