I love binary numbers. And the reason for that is than when I was studying computer programming languages back in the 60's (we did not have Internet or laptops back then,) I had a little problem grasping the new concept of binary numbers. But I was not the only one; our computer programming languages class started with 25 students. When we hit binary numbers, we lost more than half of the class. I survived. After 69 weeks of night classes three of us graduated. I graduated with high honors. Pardon my poor Latin, but I believe that is called Suma Cum Laude in that very difficult language. Not that I want to boast, but I enjoyed programming. It was to me, and it is still, a jigsaw puzzle for the mind, just like chess, which I also like.
This month, with a visitor from St. Kitts and Nevis, Cuba Journal got to the nice binary number milestone of visitors from 111 different countries. I thank all of them for their visits.
Blogs are a person's little window to the whole world. I still get a big thrill when someone from a new country visits Cuba Journal. And if the visitor is from Cuba my day is a very happy one.