Jonathan C. Patschke
jp at celestrion.net
Sun Jul 22 23:58:12 CDT 2007
On Sun, 22 Jul 2007, Andrew Weiss wrote:
> Kind of a shame. Most people hated it just because it was different
> not because it worked poorly, was insecure, or was unstable.
> It's kind of like how we all use ethernet now when FDDI was clearly
> superior. Triumph of the lowest common denominator.
When you don't do anything else better than the widely-accepted
competition, being substantially different is a design flaw.
Jonathan Patschke ) "When they turn the pages of history, when these
Elgin, TX ( days have passed long ago, will they read of us
USA ) with sadness for the seeds that we let grow?
- ( --Neil Peart, "A Farewell to Kings"
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