Noel Carroll wrote:
> Happy New Year everybody. Hope the festivities were very enjoyable. Anyway,
> first off for a bit of M$ hillarity. Windows Messageing is showing all my new
> messages as being dated 1900 - and thats with NT4 SP5! Ah well, at least
> Windoze didn't fall over totally - yet! No such problems with KMail!
isn't there a sp6? personally i use spf60, but i have fair skin.
anyway, don't get too snarky: a friend of mine is sorting to the bottom
of my incoming mail with a date of 1/1/100. that's elm 2.4 (current is
it is rather amazing that a company that produced an os about ten years
ago where it would ask you by default to set the date on bootup, where
it had no memory management to speak of (here, take it all), could only
run one process at a time, etc. could evolve into the gigantic,
convoluted, let's-put-a-browser-in-the-os pit that it is today. truly a
testament to bill gates leadership. that it could even *have* y2k
problems is an improvement!
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