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How many subscribers does it take to say we probably read it anyway?
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1: Anyone who is interested has already read it.
2: Anyone who has a passing interest will find it.
3: Anyone who is just starting out with Linux couldnt care!
I'm sorry but am I alone in dealing with these use/ful/less posts.?
Sorry if this seems personal but it is not meant to be. But at the end of
the day this has little to do with anything technical. IMHO this should
have been posted to the social list. If I want news about how the SCO case
is going the i will read Groklaw et al. Likewise, Seeing as I am on a
roll, If I have a problem with my display driver, network card, insert
random piece of hardware here, I would like a contribution not a flame
Maybe pot calling the kettle black, but I have learned (really! I
On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, Brian Foster wrote:
> Good Morning Silicon Valley
> Published: Wednesday September 1, 2004
>> SCO reports "improved performance," Bigfoot sighting
> By John Paczkowski
>> "The quarter can best be described as one where the
> company was firing on all cylinders from improved
> performance in the UNIX business to enhanced
> financial discipline and greater investment in our
> legal case."
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