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Re: School (for ) Lunch
On Wed, 10 Dec 1997 20:36:04 -0500 (EST), Charles Behney
>Topic No. 15
>Subject: 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),
Since when has MS been concerned with saving RAM? I thought that was
their part in the computer "Arms race", the answer to everything is BUY
MORE RAM and FASTER PROCESSORS.
>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.
I doubt the telephone and the lightbulb would get much ink compared to
BG's "invention" of the internet, the LED, Life the Universe and Everything....
Ah, how can you fault such a benefactor? And a miracle worker too - afterall
he's going to practically "give away" all this NEAT STUFF and make
3 billion in profits besides.
>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?
Been purchased as official spokesperson no doubt, look for the "e" button...
Thanks to CAB for enlightening the list once more.
Glenn T. Livezey, Ph.D.
Director of Perinatal Research
Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
University of Nebraska Medical Center
600 South 42nd Street
Omaha, NE 68198-3255