Antivirus in FC3?
jkinz at kinz.org
Sun Mar 20 04:13:09 UTC 2005
On Sat, Mar 19, 2005 at 07:05:02PM -0600, micheal wrote:
> windows 3.1 was released in 1992
> You could argue that Windows 1.0 was released in 1985
> But Windows 1.0 was a file system manager that ran on top of an OS,
> usually DOS. Windows was not generally thought of as an Operating System
> at that time.
Heck, many people would even say that today. :)
Possibly even : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gene_Spafford
* "...consider McDonalds -- it is fast, cheap, and used by millions.
However, it also contributes to obesity, heart disease, and (arguably)
* "...consider cigarettes -- giving the people what they want may be
* "Architects cannot learn to design grand cathedrals if they are taught
all their drawing courses using only an Etch-a-Sketch because the
company struck a deal with the university..."
* "...spousal abuse [in which] one person gets regularly beaten by the
other, yet won't leave because of some sense of loyalty. The bond is
often only broken by death."
>From an email about Windows supplanting other operating systems in Universities
Jargon file, abrgd.: The September that never ended. On the Internet,
every September's freshmen influx got their first accounts and, not
knowing how to post/email, always made a nuisance of themselves. Usually
they were trained in a few months. But in September 1993, AOL users
became able to post, overwhelming the capacity to acculturate them; to
those who recall the period before, this triggered a decline in the
quality of online communications. Syn. eternal September.
Jeff Kinz, Emergent Research, Hudson, MA.
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