Re: Someone to blame the Web on?

CobraBoy (
Sat, 7 Sep 1996 14:58:41 -0700

At 12:35 PM -0700 9/7/96, I Find Karma wrote:
:> :See, Tim, the problem with Opendoc is that it's too big to be an
:> :efficient, and therefore ideal, component architecture. In an
:> :ICA, each component has a name and provides a service, and each
:> :component has a state (and the component and its state can be
:> :marshalled/demarshalled). And that's ALL there is to each
:> [snip even more rambling]
:That wasn't a ramble. It was The Future.

No, you want to know the future? How about Win'95? That is the
future. How about the fact the the Win'95 boot diskette creates a
partition on the HD that the Win'95 install CD-ROM can't recoginize?
How about the fact that I have spent two days on something that
should have taken me two hours? How about the fact that with Win'95
I still have to type things like.... "copy mtmcdai.sys b:"

huh? that is the future that 97% have bought into. lock, stock and
:I have been telling people it would come to this for a LONG time. Of
:course everyone thought I was 1) nuts, or 2) an asshole, but again as
:usual I'm right.
: -- Tim Byars

nice .sig. :-)


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