Re: [OT] Reducing wastage of screen real estate in gnome
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Ron Johnson wrote:
> On 05/12/08 18:47, Rich Healey wrote:
>> Ron Johnson wrote:
>>> On 05/12/08 09:35, Raj Kiran Grandhi wrote:
>>>> I have a 15" monitor at home running at 1024x768. I find that for most
>>> Maybe you're a Starving College Student, or maybe things cost more
>>> in India (tariffs on imported Chinese goods?), but 17" LCD monitors
>>> are pretty darned cheap. And you should be able to find used CRT
>>> monitors even cheaper.
>> Just noting Ron's fondness for starving college students, that was his
>> appraisal of me when I was too lazy (see! not poor!) to go get more..
> It's much more polite to think of someone as a poor student than a
> cheapskate SOB or a lazy bastard...
>> Which I still haven't...
> Buying more RAM is nothing more than typing a few keys in at
> newegg.com. Wow, you *are* lazy!
Well not newegg, since postage to Aus would be double the ram itself,
plus despite making a decent wage for my age, I manage to never have any
cash to spend on things that aren't strictly speaking "broken".
But yes, I'll admit I do tend towards the lazy end of the scale.
BTW: Sorry Ron for sending to you personally, and CCing the list,
Thunderbird seems to pick a random behaviour for the reply all button
with each use...
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