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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by D from BC, Mar 21, 2007.

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  1. MassiveProng

    MassiveProng Guest

    It still required an installed app. It merely allowed it to be run
    on another CPU on another machine, passing only screen and Kbd I/O
    back to the user. It also was unable to be run on "multiple seats"..
    That wasn't what I was talking about at all. I was talking about the
    beginnings of distributed process technology.

    DesqViewX was ahead of its time, for sure.
  2. That's the official motto of Washington State.
  3. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest


    Microbrain probably thinks he made up the term - here's another
    example of how accurate he is:

    Or should I descend to his/her/its level and say, "Takes one to know one,
    nanner, nanner, nanner!"


  4. John  Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

    Having known James for many years, I am proud to have him as a fellow

  5. MassiveProng

    MassiveProng Guest

    Said the pussy that can't even answer a post directly.
  6. MassiveProng

    MassiveProng Guest

    I didn't say he was a fucktard, you fucktard. I said the comparison
    was, ya fuckin' retard!
  7. krw

    krw Guest

    MassivelyWronge, as usual. IBM and M$ were full partners on OS/2.
    In fact NT was supposed to be OS/2 V3.
    You're just so dim, Dimbulb.
  8. John  Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

    I like this one:

  9. John  Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

    Your phrase was semantically ambivalent.

    Is James *not* a Fucktard after all? Sounds lonely.

  10. krw

    krw Guest

    It does. I'm sure glad I wasn't left out.
  11. James Arthur

    James Arthur Guest

    Ahh the Fates can be cruel--raising, then dashing hopes.
    Sigh. Maybe some day...

    James Arthur
  12. James Arthur

    James Arthur Guest

    Each won by hobbling their betters.

    James Arthur
  13. MassiveProng

    MassiveProng Guest

    You're an idiot. OS/2 was an IBM product. The only involvement MS
    had was that they were supposed to provide IBM with windows

    NT was MS' next windows product, and was completely a Windows
    product and was NOTHING like OS/2.
    You're a goddamned retard. You make shit up at every turn.

    Just like your WRONG bullshit about shaped charges
  14. joseph2k

    joseph2k Guest

    Not quite, they were all Unix (or mainframe) from the start. Later, they
    migrated or died.
  15. joseph2k

    joseph2k Guest

    WTF, are alleging the M$ does clustering? When, where and from Who did you
    that base canard from?
  16. joseph2k

    joseph2k Guest

    Not at all, it was merely a DOS port of the previously existing X-windows
    technology. The licensing fees that they had to pay is what jacked the
    price up out of consideration. (4X what M$windows 3.0/3.1 was priced at).
    In the consumer markets it has always been price, not how well it works.
  17. joseph2k

    joseph2k Guest

    You knew you would be called on this.
    The territorial motto (from before it was a state) is "alki" (what will be)
  18. krw

    krw Guest

    Clueless again (don't you ever get tired of being wrong?). OS/2 was
    sold by M$ to non-IBM customers. They were a FULL partner (primary
    on V1.2) in the development of OS/2.

    Why don't you try Google, MassivelyWrong?

    A random (first) hit:

    "The flavor of OS/2 1.1 I played with was an OEM version (Zenith)
    of Microsoft OS/2."
    Nope. It was to be called OS/2 V3, and IBM was to use it as well.
    Like the turbine Indy cars, Dimmie?
    We've not even talked about "shaped charges" (another MassivelyWrong
    statement you insist upon), Dimbulb. Your track record is so perfect
    that this ought to be a trip, though.
  19. My perception of reality serves me very well.
    Or are you some idiot who thing 'multicultural' just refers to eating
    pizza and curry on the same day?
  20. Don't believe it. Live next door to them and see what they really believe
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