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[ProgSoc] Re: Comand line interfaces, was UTS ISP
(These times require lengthy quoting, people's memories are swelling)
On Wed, 27 May 1998, Dmouse wrote:
> > I'm talking about doing things in the business world, so the old DOS
> > WordPerfect is a good example: A bucketload of function-key, modifier-key
> > and three mouse button combinations sure do make your job faster, but only
> > those people whose job it is to use WordPerfect actually learnt them
> > (whether it was a preference, a mental limitation, or a matter of time
> > spent learning). If you want lots more people to use computers in the
> > future, don't bother giving them CLIs.
> So you avoided my question. You'll make a politician yet. I asked have you
> used gnome or kde ?
Nuck fo. I don't even know what they are so I assume you're trying to
humiliate me, since you don't have any other questions ...
BTW, it's a lawyer, OK?
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