"An often overlooked feature the Lisa system used is document-centric computing instead of application-centric computing. On a Macintosh, Windows, or Linux system, a user typically seeks a program. In the Lisa system, users use stationery to begin using an application. Apple attempted to implement this approach on the Mac platform later with OpenDoc, but it did not catch on. Microsoft also later implemented stationery in a limited fashion via the Windows Start menu for Microsoft Office. Document-centric computing is more intuitive for new users because it is task-based. The user needs to knows which task he or she needs to perform, not which program is used to accomplish that task."
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Because when we save an infant or an elderly person from the flu they don't wait for the next flu to come around. They either grow up and get a better immune system or they eventually die of something else.
We don't have a backlog of pensioners and infants who didn't die of the flu before just waiting until the flu comes round again so they can die of it, They don't pile up like dry old logs and brush.
Well, when the president does it that means that it is not illegal.
Yeah? Well I use the Republican email retention algorithm for my records, so errm, sorry about that.
Another benefit of rock climbing is there's a challenge in that you always have harder climbs to try and it's not the same every week, It's more like a game or puzzle when you have to work out how to do the harder routes. So it doesn't seem like exercise.
Any given program will expand to fill available memory.