I want Fedora in my future, but is it possible?

Temlakos temlakos at gmail.com
Sat Mar 23 14:22:51 UTC 2013

On 03/23/2013 02:42 AM, Tim wrote:
> Joe Zeff (How do you produce with a browser?):
>> Do you expect authors, as an example, to do all their writing in a
>> browser?  Do you expect lawyers to compose their briefs and court
>> documents in a browser?  How about accountants?  How about programmers,
>> graphic artists and musicians?  The question isn't am I serious, but
>> have you really given any thought to your position?
> In essence, the same way as companies used to use a main frame (and
> those who still do must be laughing their asses off at all the problems
> companies face who use scads of individual Windows PCs).
> However, the average ISP service is too slow for using a cloud as a
> straightforward replacement for a mainframe.  Even if your ISP was your
> cloud service provider, the lag may be too much.  You'd need a half and
> half solution, where the main application is on the cloud, and your
> client has an more complicated interface than just remote display and
> input.

That last is true today. Will it remain true? Are you sure, in other 
words, that we have reached the limit of throughput speed, and lag will 
always be the deal-killer?


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