In the late seventies (yes, the 1970s) I was enrolled in an Electronics Engineering Technology program. There was some minor programming involved. I had to write my first program on ticker tape but I loved it right away. I could write some code and then watch the machines do what I asked them to do. It was just awesome. The school had some minor games on the central computer. One of them was a space game. No one had personal computers at the time so this was brand new to me. Just picture yourself at 23 years old being able to play your first computer game. It was mesmerizing. We did not have terminals, just teletype machines, so each move we made in the game had to be printed out. It took a lot of paper. And now we see the problem. The school shut down the computer games because of all the paper use. It was a sad, dark time indeed. We were all quite upset so in programming class I inquired about the space game only to be told that it was not coming back.