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store product.....

By Jaqui ·
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I see just reading the description, that they definately need to update the products.
red hat 7.2?
that is like 6 years old.
that means apache 1.2x nowhere near current with apache 1.3x and 2.x

this product is definately so outdated that it's not worth the cost of a blank cdrom.

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Yes but ...

by stress junkie In reply to store product.....

... it's US$69.00 so it HAS to be good.

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by Oz_Media In reply to store product.....

You can buy stuff here? Who'd a thunk it?

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Oh my GOSH

by Jessie In reply to wow

I JUST discovered, there's a "Books and CDs" link at the top of the page!!! Oh GOODIE!!! I just LOVE to shop!!!

Actually... now that I think about it... I hate shopping... that's why I got into IT... at a time when it was mostly men... then I knew nobody'd ask me to go shopping with them over lunch!!! BLARG!

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by Choppit In reply to store product.....

Wow, TR has invented a time machine? No need for backups any more.

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Well it is nothing more than

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to store product.....

An expensive drinks coaster as that would be about all it was good for.

Maybe they will ship them all to the Philippines and they will be considered as "High Tech" there and will not be able to get enough of them.


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Right on the Dragging edge

by jdclyde In reply to store product.....

For those of you tired of technology changing all the time, have we got the product for YOU!

Now, for a unlimited limited time you can purchase the latest in outdated courseware! We even throw in a copy of the software as we know you won't still have it laying around.

It is RETRO! And Retro is cool. So get our NEW Retro line and you can be cool too.

Software comes on 5 1/4 floppies only.

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Well at least

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Right on the Dragging edg ...

It isn't coming on those bloody awful 10 inch floppies that we used to have to work with.

Or high speed tape that when it broke left about half a mile of unwound tape that had to be gathered up and rewound onto a reel.

Col ]:)

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Boxes of

by jdclyde In reply to Well at least

keypunch cards.

Can you imagine how many CRATES it would take?

Now THAT would be funny.

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But who could

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Boxes of

Afford the freight?

It would be about the size of a sea container to carry all of that data but you would have an endless supply of drink coasters wouldn't you?

Col ]:)

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Question is

by jdclyde In reply to But who could

how many young pups are there out here asking WTF are we talking about?

My first TRS80 used the cassette player to load programs. The Model III (second comp) used the 10" disks.

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