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Tad Burnett tburnett at vermontel.net
Fri Jan 6 04:50:24 UTC 2006


Interesting thing...When I started with computers in the late 60's it 
was the
car mechanics and machine shop guys that were cross training into the 
field...
It wasn't until the late 80's that Windows made it possible for the average
PhD of the street to operate one and instal excessories etc...
Tad

Paul Zawada wrote:

>On 1/5/06, Donald Jacob <Djacob1 at socal.rr.com> wrote:
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>>Of course it takes intelligence to make a statement like that one Tad!
>>Here we go with the OS wars ...
>>As soon as I get my PhD in Computer Science and Psychology I'll get in
>>there on the LINUX/UNIX army,
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>You don't need a PhD in Computer Science to run UNIX; just buy a Mac
>and run OS X.
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>FWIW, Installing Xastir on my PowerBook (via Darwin Ports) was a snap
>and it works great.  I for one think the Xastir folks have done an
>excellent job and greatly appreciate their work.
>
>--zawada
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