>Companies ARE developing applications for NT.

Some days I get so dense.  What applications?  After you do spreadsheets,
word-processing, and a graphics package...  maybe Quicken and Quickbooks
too... What applications are next?  

Isn't that what programmers do now?  Is the suggestion being made that
with NT all of us are no longer needed?  A call to MS will bring a CD-ROM
by overnight mail, will cost $495.00, will install by itself, and will be
the perfect solution to our programming problem?  Need Funeral Home
software?  Need Airlines Reservations?  Inventory control? Manufacturing
planning will be another CD-ROM?  One call solves all. The whole thing
strikes me as having been through the looking glass.

Booth Martin     

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