Paul was first introduced to a Commodore PET Computer at school, then moved from paper tapes to a Sinclair ZX81, progressing to an Acorn BBC B computer in 1982. In 1987 Acorn brought out the World's first home computer to use a super-fast RISC processor (the ARM).
He gained a wealth of knowledge and experience of a number of computer systems and langauges from Algol-69 under the ancient VAX/VMS system, Cobol, Pascal, C and Basic. He expanded this as time went on and started developing websites to express his interests and progress expertiese.
Most of these sites have been preserved and maintained in his memory, where some have mearly been updated to fix broken links and small bug fixes, others have been expanded to continue his passion in some of the interests he had. We will hope to continue hosting this site in his memory for as long as we can and where required updated accordingly.