[OS X TeX] My Soap Box
tmatsoukas at me.com
Fri Feb 11 16:51:55 CET 2011
On Feb 11, 2011, at 12:16 AM, Adam M. Goldstein wrote:
> Keyloggers, a centralized database with each user's history of thread-hijacking, use the built-in camera to track the user's eye movements and facial expressions to determine whether he or she is about to hit "reply" rather than "new", semantically-enable indexing of the user's mail messages as they are being composed, to determine whether a new thread is being started. All this, together with a script that plays a video of Dick kindly instructing the user what to do and politely apologizing on behalf of all the email application writers---this should do it. For repeat offenders, the script shows a disappointed looking Don Knuth shaking his head as one of the user's LaTeX files is opened in MS Word, then saved as a .doc file for Word 5.1. The original is deleted, and so are all of its revisions in Time Machine databases.
Wouldn't reporting thread-hijacking to the Department of Homeland Security be much easier...?
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