Re: How old is the profession?

Subject: Re: How old is the profession?
From: Bill Swallow <bill_swallow -at- ROCKETMAIL -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 1998 08:35:34 -0700

I should start printing all these... I'd save a lot of money on cat
litter *g*


Bill Swallow
bill_swallow -at- rocketmail -dot- com

Make a firm decision now... you can always change it later.

---Simon North <north -at- SYNOPSYS -dot- COM> wrote:
> In my clippings collection I have a transcript of a piece of Egyptian
> hieroglyphics (I believe it came from a Xerox commercial some years
> ago) proported to be by a certain Ptahhotep, Vizier to Isesi, dating
> from the Fifth Egyptian Dynasty, 2300 BC, which would support a claim
> that our profession is at least that old.
> Simon North north -at- synopsys -dot- com sintac -at- xs4all -dot- nl
> PGP Fingerprint 97FA 6A6C 1136 A66A 431D 8454 9C16 F677 A4C8 9CE2
> "Presenting XML", "HTML4 Unleashed, Professional Reference Edition",
> "Dynamic Web Publishing Unleashed"
> So much stupidity ... so few comets ...
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