|←Author Index: Be||Jeff Berryman
|Systems programmer at the University of British Columbia, 1970-1988. Audio engineer, 1966-present. Media technology strategist, 2005-present.|
- "The Paging Game" (1974), a humorous article that describes an imaginary game that is played by the same rules that govern the virtual memory paging process that many computer systems use to "stretch" the effective sizes of their memories.
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