On Fri, 22 Jun 2007, Ian O'Connell wrote:
>> BTW, the /latest/ revisions of my laptop are now available with
>> *SMALLER* "disks" - the flash-drive D420s.
> Nifty, gotta be way more power efficent
> No, i only replied in these posts at all as i believe tim was
> wrongly told by all and sundry how wrong he was. You can do what
> you want, i don't agree with it necessarily, but free will is a
> great thing.
Free will is an illusion ;)
> I stated at every point that its handy to reduce hassle/effort under
> certain circumstances, obviously if you've to buy it thats alot of
> hassle, and install it more hassle, defeating the point to begin with
I agree with least-hassle.
For me, having to use windows would be a hassle. So I prefer 3rd
parties, where it's easy for them to do so, to accomodate me and save
me that hassle. 3rd parties /needlessly/ introducing obstacles annoys
> True, but its still the same world,
For the world we share, that's true.
When it comes to inter-operating with other people (inc organisations
of people) you're dealing largely with perceptions - there's no
shared, external, canonical reality.
> But to each their own.
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