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Re: thinking about IRIX for Indy

On Sat, 2002-06-29 21:41:25 +0100, Dave Hodgkinson <daveh@hodgkinson.org>
wrote in message <[🔎] m37kkh24y2.fsf@dhcs.demon.co.uk>:
> Jan-Benedict Glaw <jbglaw@lug-owl.de> writes:
> > Fuck. Think first, then write. It's like Mozilla without(!) all the
> > bloat...
> Funny that - bloat matters on a 100MHz machine with 32M RAM. I kinda
> care on my crappy old latop, but the desktop doesn't break a sweat.

Well... This is a matter of personal preference. I prefer a 100MHz, 64MB
some years old Indy over an up-to-date desktop machine with > 1G5Hz and
more than 256MB of RAM. I don't like PCs, so I work on other
architectures (even if I can only afford outdated models because current
machines are so damn expensive). And why not using an Indy on desktop?
20" monitor and enough computation power to really _work_ on it (-> vim
and TeX is running, and even some nice web browsers like dillo or


Jan-Benedict Glaw   .   jbglaw@lug-owl.de   .   +49-172-7608481
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