• Subject: Re: System values vs. the registry (Was: What counts as technically slick?)
  • From: "Leif Svalgaard" <leif@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2001 21:43:08 -0500

> This is my only point.  You'd gain a bit more respect if
> you'd concede before you change the subject.

uh-uh, getting hot and bothered?

I'll concede anything (if I have to, to make you feel better).
I'm no M$-lover. Their stuff is the main source of grief
and gnashing of teeth in working with computers.
They are, however, not the only ones trying to cover
up flaws in their design (big word when it comes to
M$). That was all. At least M$'s flaws are being
discussed in public (and acknowledged), while IBM's
are not (at least not without inordinate resistence from
ye faithful).

Finally, I was just stating my (I hope, reasoned) opinion
without asking for it to be accepted by all.

so, let's cool it a bit.


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