Rohit's OCR software wrote:
> Mr. Kaashoek insists it was homework,
> not espionage: *'There's tons of eornmes
> in that space." But Mr. Leighton isn't so
> 8ure* "Frans was awaR! of uRt&Iywhat we
> are doing " he says, *'If Akama! d@> &&
> is& woukib have thought of this question?
> It% not cleai"
> What is clear isthat on many cam-puses*
> st&?nt jobs have come a long way
> from the days of busing tables in the cafe
> teria or checking the footnotes in a profes-sor's
> l?sear& project. A@ a$ the p@RnIts
> at Internet start-ups skyroe& tieof the
> conflicts these jobs present are as cutting-edge
> as the techno@y they develop.
Perhaps Kaashoek's next assignment could be to develop an OCR reader that
can decipher Times Rmn on a 5-degree angle.
I can't wait for speech-to-text on my voicemail server.. now THAT will be
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