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Subject:Re: The Bible in Tech Comm From:arroxaneullman -at- aol -dot- com To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Fri, 07 Oct 2005 14:01:16 -0400
Simon North <sintac -at- home -dot- nl> wondered, "Why is it still open to so many
different (and seemingly
contradictory) interpretations, and why can no-one agree on what it
Because the "case studies" were written for an audience 3000 years ago
(give or take a few centuries). You find a doc that still means the
same thing after 30 centuries and I'll show you an accurate translation
of that doc.
"Anyone who leaves behind him a written manual, and likewise anyone who
receives it, in the belief that such wriitng will be clear and certain,
must be exceedingly simple-mided." --Plato
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