Re: Tense, mostly
Don Wilkins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 13 Dec 1996 21:36:08 -0500 (EST)
At 4:57 PM 12/12/96, Jonathan Robie wrote:
. . .
>You've just stepped right into two of my pet peeves simultaneously. The goal
>of a scientific explanation isn't to deal with problem passages, but to deal
>with all of the data, including the problem passages.
>The same holds for programming, incidentally, you want to have a design that
>encompasses the entire problem, not an inadequate design with lots of
>patches here and there to handle special cases.
Ditto, Jonathan (I say that most emphatically NOT as a Limbaugh fan)! I
wish Apple C. would listen to you instead of going with their present
plans--which are still better than Wintell :-).