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Further fun with Lefty ahead:
A typo. I make a few. Obviously its Clbuttic Mac OS.
Contest: The Apple Imagination
Are you suggesting that for Apple to be considered successful, or for Mac OS to be seen as a...
No actually. I think it was the Navy who did the definitive study of every OS and determined that Mac OS was the one and only one that was uncrackable via the Internet, except of course via the usual dictionary attacks, etc., that most current computer are subject to. But as George mentioned earlier in the thread, you had to keep the OS up and running. There was nifty hardware that forced the server to boot up again if it crashed. I worked at a First Clbutt BBS for a while. (First Clbutt is a BBS software environment). It ran strictly on Mac OS machines. They would go down, but the setup immediately had them boot again. We also had some nice redundancy so the users did not suffer. But I digress...
sometimes. Where did you come up with the word 'cure'? Hmm? Not from me! And didn't I make it clear enough that this is only 'theory'?
Symantec CEO advocates Macs &A#JD1Tg!d8!' 2888
Scrutinizing as ever Lefty. I raked this argument over the coals, one more time, in a previous...
Nice. I was hoping for alternative theories. On Windows the 'not particularly bright elementary school student' population makes up much of the 'Script Kiddie' crowd.
Ah. Lefty doesn't like me. I thought I was so kewl, but Lefty hit me and now I'm crying.
I bet you treat yourself exactly the same way Lefty. Give yourself a break.
-- Fortune Magazine, 11-29-05: What's your computer setup today? Frederick Brooks: I happily use a Macintosh. It's not been equalled for ease of use, and I want my computer to be a tool, not a challenge. Frederick Brooks is the author of 'The Mythical Man Month'. He spearheaded the movement to modernize computer software engineering in 1975