[linux] Fwd: BookCrossing News & Whatnot - Spring Hire (fwd)

David Talkington dtalk at u.washington.edu
Fri Mar 19 12:04:40 PST 2004


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Cere M. Davis wrote:


>I would say that the out of date books are better than nothing at all in

>terms of educational material. If Iraq is currently having trouble with

>basic infrustructural needs with things like like water and sewage, their

>probably not too concerned with having the most recent edition of books.

>I imagine broadband of any kind is pretty rare right now actually.


I know, I was mostly being a wise-acre. You (and Richard) are quite
right that the bulk of the technology that we (on this list) use and
recommend is mature, well-documented, and doesn't differ radically from
that which was in use 5 years ago.

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