[Techtalk] Why is life without X important? (was: Re: info)
listpig at earthlink.net
Sat Sep 7 00:34:04 EST 2002
OK: admittedly slightly tongue in cheek, but perhaps not as much as it
appears at first glance.....
It's been my experience that most folks approach computers with insufficient
tools, being under the impression that documentation/manuals and a handful
of screwdrivers and such are sufficient.....
When it's clear when you study them over time that other requisite tools
include woad (to paint oneself blue), sufficient space to dance around the
box, widdershins, a book of spells and a last-ditch copy of "The 100 Most
Effective Ancient Arabic Curses" are also required from time to time....
--pig, who always tried to ensure that mainframes were not between her and
all exit routes from the computer room, given their size.....
On 9/7/02 12:18 AM, <txjulie at austin.rr.com> shared this thought:
> People who assume computers work assume too much ...
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