Trailing-edge compute farm seeks gainful employment

From: Merle K. Peirce <>
Date: Thu Jan 3 07:37:21 2002

Language is a precision tool, one sufficiently flexible that both artists
and technicians can use it.
In the absence of a suitable knife, it can even be used to gut gits.

On Wed, 2 Jan 2002, Sellam Ismail wrote:

> On Thu, 3 Jan 2002 wrote:
> > sometimes i forget that computer folks r technical people.
> > i come from the arts where the only thing that is needed is
> > understanding.
> Without meaning, there can be no understanding. Without proper
> punctuation, grammar, syntax, and spelling, there can be no meaning.
> Without education, there can be no proper punctuation, grammar, syntax,
> and spelling.
> > i am on stage sometimes and all the musicians do is
> > just nod or look at each other and everyone understands them.
> > will try and and be more precise. i guess here that is needed.
> Yeah. You can't just nod here and expect people to understand you.
> Unfortunately, nobody can see you nod through e-mail.
> Sellam Ismail Vintage Computer Festival
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M. K. Peirce

Rhode Island Computer Museum, Inc.
Shady Lea, Rhode Island

"Casta est quam nemo rogavit."
              - Ovid
Received on Thu Jan 03 2002 - 07:37:21 GMT

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