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Re: NCEE '98 Roundup
On Sun, 11 Oct 1998, Matthew Patton wrote:
> Demographics were solidly against us as well. Most were 35+ years old, some
Not all of us over 40 yo's are stick in the mud conservative family
types. ;-) I wish my 19 yo step son was interested in something more
stimulating than WIN95 games, his big aspiration is to work at AOL.
> T-shirt sales were likewise below expectations. When faced with corporate
And how does one buy a t-shirt now that you have some extra?
> term. We need better visibility, more corporate 'credibility.' We need to
I for one think of of OpenBSD as a very credible corporate OS and I tout
it as such quite frequently to my budz in the DOD/DOE world. I'm always
amazed at how much NT is used in the high security national labs of the
I'll keep on buying CD's for the company even though I can just as easily
download the floppy image and install across the net.
BTW Theo are you taking orders for 2.4 yet?
thanks for the hard work
it is appreciated.
McKinley Paper Company