Subject: Re: creation of lisp machine/lispOS From: Erik Naggum <email@example.com> Date: 1997/05/02 Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> * David Hanley | Once again, you fail to understand the issue. People wanted something to | keep their papers together, so binders were created. Binders didn't come | along, and provoke people to say, "Gosh, I need to keep papers | together!"--that just not how the creative process works. sigh. you don't understand what I'm saying, and consistently argue against some exceptionally silly points that _nobody_ has _ever_ made. it is obivously a religion to you to believe in "consumer power", so there's no point in demonstrating the silliness of what you believe others are saying nor in pointing out that once you get past those silly beliefs, your own arguments boil down to exactly nothing. #\Erik -- if we work harder, will obsolescence be farther ahead or closer?