On Fri, Jun 30, 2000 at 01:58:40PM +0100, Owen Kelly wrote:
> Is there really a need to change from LAID?
I don't think so, but the head bottlewasher does.
> You dont see windows world each year being Windows World, Irish Windows Day,
In the interest of accuracy, you do. I was volved professionally with that
show many years ago when it was Computex, then it became Windows World (same
organiser, same venue, same timeframe). Then I had a five year break from it
(and not a bit sad about it, I can tell you) and this year it was called
eXpo. If it walks like a duck . . .
P.S. And obviously it should be in Dublin this year.
P.P.S. Just joking in the P.S. - I'd love an excuse for a weekend on the
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