is squeak really object oriented ?
Aaron J Reichow
reic0024 at d.umn.edu
Fri May 23 02:16:19 UTC 2003
On Thu, 22 May 2003, Jon Hylands wrote:
> On Fri, 23 May 2003 03:34:00 +0200, "jan ziak" <ziakjan at host.sk> wrote:
> > ...certainly, and therefore it is a problem from my viewpoint also. we do not
> > work with objects, but text in most cases - but i would like to work with
> > objects.
> Maybe you should take up woodworking then...
It's a good thing everyone in the world doesn't have the same skewed
outlook as Jan- or else we'd be doing almost nothing other than working
with spoken language and text. After all, that is how we communicate with
the majority of our systems- spoken language with people and other
animals, and text with most of our computers. I may be a psychiatrist
who saves lives all the time- but I'm not working with people, their
minds, and their lives, I'm just talking and hearing other words which
incidentally are being talked at the same time.
Aaron Reichow :: UMD ACM Pres :: http://www.d.umn.edu/~reic0024/
"if i don't stay true to live and hate, how do i differentiate
between chasing cream and chasing dreams" :: atmosphere
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