Nick Hilliard wrote:
> little noticeable improvement. Remember that 300 baud was fast for users in
> 1980: who could have foretold that people were going to want 2 megs into
> their own homes less than 20 years later.
Now why does this remind me of a certain design decision taken by a
certain very large software manufacturer about its single user operating
system in about 1980?
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