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Re: [vox] a game of logic (linux related)
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Re: [vox] a game of logic (linux related)

heh.  i was thinking more along the lines of:

he's using windows...
he's using a window application...
he's having trouble using the windows app under windows...

and somehow he thinks that microsoft may not be as good or secure, but
at least it's "usable".

but never mind the fact he's having trouble with a windows application
under windoes...


begin Nicole Carlson <nmcarlson@ucdavis.edu> 
> On Sun, 7 Jul 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > find the major logical flaw:
> > I could not get PuTTy to Run I already sent that mesage to you. I attempted
> > to go to the address lifshitz.ucdavis.edu but went to soma Apache test page
> > At this point I am frustrated and confused.  I hope Bill Gates takes over
> > the world. Things will not be as good or as secure but at least they will be
> > usable.
> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > comment: there are a few major flaws in his thinking, but i'm wondering
> > if anyone can spot (what i see to be) the biggest.
> Let's see:
> 1. He's assuming Bill Gates has not already taken over the world.
> 2. He's assuming a Microsoft universe will be easy to navigate.
> Now, getting less snarky:
> 3. He's confused between PuTTY and a web browser (hence the Apache
> comment), and for all I know is shaky on this whole 'ports' business.
> 4. This is somehow PuTTY's or Apache's fault.
> LART him but gently, though; maybe we can save his soul yet.  :)

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