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Re: Every incident is an opportunity (was Re: Hackers hit key Internet traffic computers)
My Mom kicks all you's buttocks. Got a Radio Shack franchise in 1983, we kids got in on the ground floor of personal computing (on Color Computers and TRS-80's). She does tech support for others her age. Or did, in Colorado in a community for older folks, and is now in Costa Rica figuring out how to get online. Seth Johnson Marshall Eubanks wrote: > > On Feb 12, 2007, at 4:31 AM, Alexander Harrowell wrote: > > > On 2/12/07, Gadi Evron <ge@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > > As a very smart person said a couple of weeks ago when this same > > argument > > was made: are you willing to do tech-support for my mother is she uses > > linux? > > > > Gadi. > > > > Name anyone techie who doesn't have to do tech support for their > > mother on MS Windows.. > > > > > > The ones whose Mom's got Macs, of course. (Well, in my case it's my > Mother-in-Law, but the > tech support required has dramatically reduced.) > > Regards > Marshall -- RIAA is the RISK! Our NET is P2P! http://www.nyfairuse.org/action/ftc DRM is Theft! We are the Stakeholders! New Yorkers for Fair Use http://www.nyfairuse.org [CC] Counter-copyright: http://realmeasures.dyndns.org/cc I reserve no rights restricting copying, modification or distribution of this incidentally recorded communication. Original authorship should be attributed reasonably, but only so far as such an expectation might hold for usual practice in ordinary social discourse to which one holds no claim of exclusive rights.