Date : Tue, 02 Mar 2010 04:54:30 +0100
From : rick@... (Rick Murray)
Subject: "I don't use a computer at all" - Sinclair
On 01/03/2010 17:22, Anders Carlsson wrote:
> "It was a travesty of the truth. It just had no bearing on the truth. It was
> terrible", he said.
Ah, so Acorn came across as naive but innovative while he came across as
a telephone-chucking wally whose contribution was akin to I dunno what I
want it to do, "but I want it to look like this".
Yeah... I can see why he'd be annoyed with the programme.
PS: Could be worse. Could be Steve Ballmer. That man is enough to make
me reconsider my use of Microsoft products. Ugh, he's SUCH a total
<expletive>. Come back Bill, pleeeease!
[at least Gates is a devious geek; I'm not sure how I'd describe
Ballmer, I'm not sure it is possible in polite language; and if you
don't know who I mean, YouTube has some lovely compilations of his
best bits; or, more truthfully, "this is who is the world's biggest
richest most powerful software company stuck in as guy-in-charge",
Wtf, I mean wtf? wtf? wtfing-f? I bet all the slave-geeks CRINGE
when he goes up on stage... yes, even the developers developers
developers developers developers developers developers dev....]
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