[CrackMonkey] [owen@ditherati.com: D I T H E R A T I for 12 December 2001]

Nick Moffitt nick at zork.net
Wed Dec 12 23:45:10 PST 2001


Yeah, well, that's what they said twenty years ago, before they
realized that by the time computers hit the $3.25/hr McDonald's
workers, they have little pictures of french fries and hamburgers on
them and say "MY COMPUTER" all over.

----- Forwarded message from Owen Thomas <owen at ditherati.com> -----

     D I T H E R A T I
     see the digerati dither, daily

       CODE READ

     "Not being able to program is going to be like not being able 
     to drive -- lacking a fundamental skill in our society."

         Brian Behlendorf, inventor of an open-source Web server, 
         on readin', writin' and algorithms, The New York Times, 
         12 December 2001

       http://www.nytimes.com/2001/12/12/books/12GELE.html

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     For more of Behlendorf's wit and wisdom, see:

       "Open Sources: Voices from the Open Source Revolution"
	[URL SNIPPED TO SAVE GOOGLE JUICE FOR THE WAR EFFORT]

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