> ...my favorite quotes from Rick Rashid:
> "Operating systems are just like video games, just without the graphics."
"Is he epilectic?" "No, he's our e-mail administrator!"
> P.S. This week is "Anime week" on the sci-fi channel (see
> http://www.scifi.com/usfeed/events.html ). Any recommendations out of:
> - FATAL FURY: THE MOTION PICTURE <-stay away
> - GALAXY EXPRESS 999 <--old but heartwarming in a
> - ADIEU: GALAXY EXPRESS 999 family/cosmic-family way
> - URUSEI YATSURA: BEAUTIFUL DREAMER <-Wonderful laughs.
> Any UY movie is guaranteed to boost productivity, though I
know whether to rate it above Toi's.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Nordquist [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, July 24, 1998 10:35 PM
> To: FoRK
> Subject: Re: Joey's First Programming Language
> Perhaps he should learn SS7 and try to be a meta Drudge,
> or simply write many times in a notebook:
> I decide what (virtual connection) lives or dies.
> Even with C, what can he do viz. thinking about smartHeap,
> MAKE, or Revision controls? Should he have Heapwalker
> open from day one, or just a system objects browser, s.t.
> even if there is not the sort of feedback on SS7 from the
> carrier press (700 mi. of fiber demand to be met at 2104
> Meadow Lane and 'Mechforce'-playing neighbors) there
> is the pressure of system objects reacting to his actions,
> autonomous action in subsystems....