Re: Info sucks?
Avery Pennarun wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 15, 1998 at 07:06:02PM -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Avery writes:
> > > To put it clearly: people who call _any_ text-mode Unix program's UI
> > > intuitive need to have their head seriously examined...
> > Anyone who calls *any* UI intuitive needs to have his head seriously
> > examined.
> Despite many jokes to the contrary, there _do_ exist computer interfaces
> that people can just use without (significant?) training. Even most
> brain-dead first-time newbies can figure out by themselves that the "arrow
> keys" are used to "move the cursor" when they are in a text editor.
I supposer your version of brain-dead excludes those people that have to
called tech support to ask where the start button is. Or those that
argue with tech support over going to the start button to shutdown.
> Until a year ago, even this didn't work in info reader.
> P.S. What, don't know all those jokes? Try "fortune -m intuitive"
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All windows user please exvacuate the building
(So I can install a better OS on the comps)
Pass on the GAS get NASM instead.