Prabal Nandy (nandy@U.Arizona.EDU)
Sun, 31 Jan 1999 19:44:33 +73700 (MST)
> This sorts of points back to something I mention before. If the
> pilot flight data disk contains the pilot profiles, which the pilots
> can take to which ever MS they happened to be flying, it might
> eliminate most of the micro-adjustment required.
Hey, you ever try to port a MacroShaft program disk between any two IBMs
or between even two different versions of the same freakin' software?
Now imagine an entire MS Company run like MacroShaft, with Gilbert
O'Gates in charge... think you can port pilot profile and pref data
between MS running different OSs and not have things going haywire and
crashing all over the place?
Hmm! Maybe this proves that the Fed run Macintosh!
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