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Jason Deal wrote:
> I'll say what Eric is seemingly too kind to say. That's enough, people. No
> more petitions for candles, no more condolences, no more off-topic messages.
> As I understand it, this is a tech-writing list. I subscribe to this list
> because it normally does not flood my inbox with spam. Though this was a
> tragedy, it's time to get back to work.
Your sensitivity to those of us who have lost friends and family is
Mailto:peternew -at- optonline -dot- net
Adapting old programs to fit new machines
usually means adapting new machines to
behave like old ones.
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