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|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Re: pittance
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From: "Steve Milo"
To: Ron Guerin
Ruben Safir Secretary NYLXS ,
Subject: Re: [hangout] Re: pittance
Date: Sun, 11 Apr 2004 14:36:43 -0500
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I have seen this error being understood on a subtle level. The only way to
expand on that understanding is to continually take productive meaningful
action. The entities at microshoft are always taking action, thats where they
prevail. They dont sustain themselves by virtue of their product, but by
scanning the environment. Tactically speaking its an ongoing process, we have
to be prepared to step in and take advantage on a moments notice.
On Sun, 11 Apr 2004 13:57:55 -0400, Ron Guerin wrote
> On Sun, 2004-04-11 at 14:47, Steve Milo wrote:
> > The reason the IT industry is in the state it is in is because there are too
> > many managers running around pretending to be software developers. They fail
> > to understand the workings of a system on a finer granular level.
> I can't resist this one either. If this is so, it is because this is
> _precisely_ what Microsoft has been trying to make possible. One would
> hope (futilely, I fear) that the supreme error of this would be quickly
> understood, but I doubt it. Microsoft's "software utopia" is a world
> where people who have no idea what they're doing, do everything.
> - Ron
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