On 2006-05-14, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> posted something concerning:
> Yes, exactly. To remain brief, I will simply testify that everything was
> slower and less effective when I clang on that burden which was legacy -- a
> Windows 98 laptop. It was my last Microsoft-affiliated asset. Did more harm
> (hindrance) than good. 165 pounds on a new Linux box and so long inability
> to interoperate.
98 was, without a doubt, the most awful piece of crap to try networking
and interoperating with other machines, including other 98 machines.
After 95, maybe. Or maybe about the same.
"Conducting" is when you draw "designs" in the nowhere -- with your
stick, or with your hands -- which are interpreted as "instructional
messages" by guys wearing bow ties who wish they were fishing.
-- Frank Zappa