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School Lunch: No Java, Lots of Fat (Clients)
Imagine Academia as a Limited Liability Company, with standards set by
Microsoft. We would have a twenty letter alphabet (saves on RAM),
Encarta as the only library necessary for a Visual Basic education, and
a pantheon based on Tom Edison, Alexander Bell, and that great
innovator, Bill Gates. His contribution to Basic would rank beside the
telephone and the light bulb.
Microsoft wants a ten year contract for these "services." No Hollywood
agent can sign clients to more than a twenty four month contract.
California law protects talent better than undergraduates. Is there a
line in the sand here? Where's Jerry Brown on this MS/BS?