on 10/29/97at 01:44 PM, the Great and Grand  Wazir "Al Barsa, Jr."
<barsa2@ibm.net> said:

Now, in the late 1990s, Windows NT is becoming popular. But the PC Server
market has its drawbacks too. Windows NT wonĘt scale well, and you need a
different server for each and every function. Microsoft runs the core of
its business on an AS/400.

Bingo!  The cobbler goes next door to buy his own shoes.

Booth Martin     

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