[!CrackMonkey!] Mackertosh Toy Computer Bastard
Brian D. Hicks
hick0142 at tc.umn.edu
Tue Jun 4 10:33:07 PDT 2002
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On Setting Orange, the 9th of Confusion, 3168, Jim Thompson wrote:
> Last Judgement Samuel writes:
> > So, sure, OK, everybody's still all junkied for the squishy flat
> > fvwm95 Gnome GTKDE thing, because there's some moronical Linux school
> > of thought that with the proper duck calls and decoys we can make all
> > the Winders mouth breathers come running and play with our
> > OS. "There's no trash can! We'll never trick the Winders users if
> > there's no trash can!" We spray Linux computers with special Secretary
> > Pheromones in the hopes that Winders users will come sniff them. But
> > they don't! And never will! And who cares!
> The "trash can" is a MacOS fixation, implemented badly in windows as
> the "wastebasket"
Yeah, but it OS/2 they had the shredder, which was all cool and shit,
because you could click a little button and it would immediately destroy
files, instead of waiting for you to empty it.
And then I used the built-in icon editor to make a new shredder icon,
and then I went through and scaled it up and down into different
resolutions so the icon would always be the same size.
It was cool.
Brian Hicks <http://eight.dhs.org> <hick0142 at umn.edu> <PGP:0xADDD1F16>
This message would self-destruct in 10 seconds, except I'm
not that clever.
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