[maemo-users] Improvements in the browser

From: Aniello Del Sorbo anidel at gmail.com
Date: Wed Oct 10 13:08:49 EEST 2007
Ehehe pretty cool, but now let's go out of the Off-Topic and let's switch
back in topic.

The mistery about the "Advanced" option menu seems that has been clarified,
right ?
Thus we can close the case.



Il 10-10-2007 11:48, "Thomas Leavitt" <thomas at thomasleavitt.org> ha scritto:

> I'm a systems admin. I work with these things for a living (why I insist
> on screwing around with them on my off time, I'm not sure)... much of
> what I do is what I call "voodoo system administration"... I try this, I
> try that, I faintly recall that doing this cured a vaguely similar
> problem several years ago, or that I heard tell someone fixed something
> like that by doing this... I jump up and down in front of the machine
> and chant.... and eventually something fixes the problem. Often I'm not
> exactly sure what.
> My favorite joke goes something like this...
> An electrical engineer, a mechanical engineer, and a computer technician
> were in a car that wouldn't start.
> The electrical engineer says, "Let's get out, look under the hood, and
> see if the battery's properly connected or there are any loose wires."
> The mechanical engineer says, "Let's get out, look under the hood, and
> see anything's broken or come loose."
> The computer engineer says, "Let's all get out of the car, slam the
> doors, and get back in again." :)
> Of course, on a Unix system, there's a lot less voodoo than Windows. :)
> Thomas
> Marius Vollmer wrote:
>> "ext Aniello Del Sorbo" <anidel at gmail.com> writes:
>>> Well you know.. They (CS teachers) teach us that computers are
>>> deterministic automata.  In theory...  In practice.. They (the
>>> computers) proved us many times they are not. ;-)
>> No, it's just us humans who get confused and then attribute our own
>> irrationality to the machine. :-)


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