Importing Sense and Sensibility into DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management

According to some computer historians, the first personal computer was the IBM 610 Auto-Point Computer, introduced in 1957. It was the size of a fridge and cost $55,000. Apparently, it was easy to use but a tad slow, using about 20 seconds to calculate a sine. Not surprisingly, only 180 IBM 610s were produced.[1]