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Ars Technica are having a commentary on an interview with the surprisingly famous Ellen Feiss.

Matthew Thomas writes "Managing a Windows network is a bit like managing a chocolate bar in the desert: if you touch it at all, it goes mushy and starts disintegrating." Well put. So why are people bothering... chocolate bars are for eating anyway. He also links an interesting article on why too technically minded people shouldn't teach computing stuff.

Got to have dinner now - thinking about something black-bean-sauce-ish.

November 23, 2002, 17:40

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