Survey finally published etc

Bijan Parsia bparsia at
Fri Jan 27 15:43:40 UTC 2006

On Tue, 24 Jan 2006, tim Rowledge wrote:

>> On 24-Jan-06, at 12:27 PM, karl wrote:
>> tim Rowledge skrev:
>>> We simply can't make any useful progress under such conditions. Forward 
>>> progress causes breakage and it costs much effort to provide invisible 
>>> mogration support. Spending time on that prevents forward progress - and 
>>> puts people off ever bothering.
>>> tim
>>> -- 
>>> tim Rowledge; tim at;
>>> If you never try anything new, you'll miss out on many of life's great 
>>> disappointments
>> :-)
> It is quite remarkable how a random number generator can provide such 
> appropriate commentary on an email.

Isn't this "random" number generator *designed* by someone 
*intelligent?!?! Eh? Eh?!!!

> Makes you wonder how so many people 
> cannot cope with the idea of randomness causing evolution.

How can we know that this isn't just a test by the timgod into *FOOLING* 
us that the earth is > 6000 years old. EH!??!?!?!?

> tim
> --
> tim Rowledge; tim at;
> To err is human; to really foul things up requires a computer.

Ah, the stupid design argument. Since 
Windows/Java/YourFavoriteLameButPopularTech is SO bad, it could not have 
gotten that way by accident! Ergo, an all powerful (marketing), but 
stupid, deity.

Bijan "random like a fox" Parsia.

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