End of PeeCees?
THX1138 at dakotacom.net
Mon Aug 7 19:14:31 CDT 2006
Zane H. Healy wrote:
>> On today's BBC "Analysis", there's a little segment on the issue of
>> personal computers being obsolete because of the rise of The Internet.
>> Supposedly, we're going to be using our televisions or mobile phones in
>> place of them. The whole segment hinges on the statement of MS that the
>> desktop PC is dead and that the future is The Internet and we'd all better
>> get used to it.
> Am I making sense, or just rambling, who knows. All I know is that I'm not
> the least bit interested in the "Internet is the Platform", and I'm beating
> that there are a lot of other people that feel that way. At the same time I
> fear the corporations and governments might just force this down our
It is the only "surefire" way to ensure the advertisers can get
IN YOUR FACE! :-/ Otherwise, you might elect to NOT expose
yourself to their nonstop drivel
(We hear complaints about how much of the cost of a new vehicle
is "wasted" on healthcare and employee benefits... I wonder how
much of the cost is spent on ADVERTISING? Likewise, for the
myriad other products out there that spend money advertising
their crappy products instead of throwing that money into
product IMPROVEMENTS!? :< )
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