How is Agilent equipment, quality-wise?
Mod parent up. All those mid-70's calculators were built to last. Probably because they were so damned expensive at the time.
I wish I still had my 1976 "Spirit of 76" bicentennial TI 4 function calculator.
Almost any calculator from that era.
I have an ancient TI-30 (red LED display) that still runs great.
Hell, I've got some giveaway 4-function calculators from the early '90s that still work.
So got me an office
With a fat cat-6 pipe
Send me an email
Maybe I'll skype.
HP gear used to be synonymous with "Sherman Tank". Nowadays it's all disposable cheap plastic crap.
Came here to mention the LJII.
My father-in-law had one. During the '94 Northridge quake, it fell off the table and hit the ground. We picked it up, plugged it back in, and hooked it back up, and it worked. No problems.
Sigh... I remember when HP equipment was synonymous with "Sherman Tank".
Oh, and see the whole OOXML Standardization page over on Groklaw. Yes, PJ is no longer updating, but the archive is still there.
Disagree. It was about killing ODF. The "standardization" (and I use the quotes deliberately) was an attempt to be able to sell to governments and other organizations that have a requirement for "open and standardized document formats".
I would switch to T-Mobile in an instant.... IF they could somehow manage to get signal coverage where I live.
Note: I live within the city limits of Los Angeles.
Lisa, in this house, we obey the LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS!!!!
Have Space Suit, Will Travel.
How will the Wormfaces set up their base on Pluto?
I'm assuming you're replying to bazmail, and not me.
Excuse me????? IBM never wielded or abused the kind of power that MS had????
Do you recall ever hearing ANYTHING about a 13 year antitrust trial? Or do you know the origin of the term "FUD"?
- Water is wet
- The Sun is hot
- The sky is blue (except for where it's gray)