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On Wed, 1 May 2002, Don Werve wrote:

> On Tue, Apr 30, 2002 at 11:19:00PM -0700, Richard Crawford wrote:
> > Couple of illustrative dialogues from my current temp assignment:
> > 
> > Me:  Just wondering why this department's website doesn't use Cold
> > Fusion and keep the disclosure information in an Access backend.  It
> > would standardize the process and make everything uniform.
> 
> You deserve to be shot for that.  ColdFusion is about as stable as a 
> teacup floating in the South Atlantic durring hurricaine Death[1].

And it does horrible/weird/bad/things to boot.

> Access is almost as bad; and has nasty tendancies to corrupt the hell
> out of data files.

Access is to databases what bicycles are to fish......pointless.

> *grin* Now you're talking.  Try Putty, though -- it's free-as-in-beer.

and WinSCP for SCP.


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