Subject: Re: Why a lisp OS? Re: Help required on Limitations of Lisp From: Erik Naggum <email@example.com> Date: 1997/11/13 Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Martin Rodgers | Curiously, it has been a dream of Bill Gates to make scripting available | to every part of the OS, and this too sounds like a power tool. Even | stranger, MS are doing this! yeah, right. the only thing we can trust Bill Gates to make is yet another phenomenally braindamaged design in a new piece of crappy software that makes hostile viruses wreak even more havoc, even easier! when every Intel CPU in the world runs his virus transport software, he can take over the whole world. just imagine how useful it would be (to him) to put a virus in some ActiveX junk on the Microsoft home pages and seconds later have all Pentium computers at the Department of Justice mysteriously crash _hard_ with the CMPXCHG8B bug. if I were in Bill Gates' shoes, I'd sure wish I could stop law enforcement with such simple means. law-abiding citizens: just say NO! #\Erik -- if you think this year is "97", _you_ are not "year 2000 compliant". see http://sourcery.naggum.no/emacs/ for GNU Emacs 20-related material.