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In article <JTCHEW-120194095932 -at- b50-afrd10 -dot- lbl -dot- gov>, JTCHEW -at- lbl -dot- gov (Ad
absurdum per aspera) wrote:
> Bill Gates his ownself has told a pretty funny story whose
> conceit is that all household appliances work like computers--
> making breakfast involves running TOASTER.COM and so forth.
Imagine it...Microsoft Toaster. Microsoft Dishwasher. Microsoft Cuisinart.
And when you're sick of it all, Microsoft Toilet to flush it all.
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