Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2001 17:44:51 GMT
From: Bob <uctraingnopsamanet.com>
Subject: Re: Saabs and Homosexuality


On Sun, 11 Feb 2001 07:32:46 PST, mojavegnopsamsp.com (Everett M. Greene) wrote: >Can you say "Sun" and "Unix"? I knew you could. >It is my understanding that Wintel boxes have very >little presence in the communications portions of >the Internet. The "Communications" portions of the Internet actually have few of either. If you want to argue that most SMTP / POP / and DNS servers are UNIX machines, you win. However, the folks using these machines are technical in nature. Unix is not for end users. Windows and MAC's are (well, MAC's are for oddballs, but we already knew that). > >Just for perspective: Did you know that only about >10% of all microprocessors go into computers? What has that got to do with anything ? Bob

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