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Re: list posts rec'd all at once
- To: zigzag@xxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: list posts rec'd all at once
- From: Andrew Pam <xanni@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Jun 1998 13:50:13 +1000
- In-reply-to: <email@example.com>; from Laurie Spiegel on Tue, Jun 23, 1998 at 03:17:42AM -0400
- References: <199806200414_MC2-40CA-3A2F@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> <18.104.22.168.19980621193820.013db720@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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On Tue, Jun 23, 1998 at 03:17:42AM -0400, Laurie Spiegel wrote:
> For those familiar with Mac, Apple's OpenDoc and Cyberdog may furnish
> examples of related thinking, and for others more familiar with music
> technology, the modular analog synthesis architectures of the 1960s versus
> the complex "Sequencer" "applications" of today could illustrate the point.
Excellent examples. You're clearly a generalist after my own heart.
> (Does any one else remember "Ocham" - Oxford Univ's elegantly simple language
> for distributed transputer networks a couple decades back?)
Yes indeed! Well pointed out.
> Are unified field theories of software design realistic goals, or just
> Quixoticisms we share with each other?
Share and enjoy,
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