optimize me wrote:Kaye wrote:Haha, or something. Nice sig by the way
I really wrote this in hope that it would get stickied so that we wouldn't have to keep droning on about how they really don't need the things they were used to in Windows. It was just getting old.
Yeah, lately I find myself loosing my cool when it comes to that.
I was a n00b once myself, as were we all. But these darned kids today.. they're just hopeless.
And I wish they'd stay off my lawn.
Very few people if any known everything about a computer. Most have certain areas they are good at. My Dad had me helping him at 8 years old in 1956(mostly pulling cables under the false floors) he would set up the oscilloscope and tell me what to look for why he was doing things. Then I went to work for IBM in 1967 in office products. When the first PCs came out I work on them and took class on them but not much fun till Netscape and WebCrawler came out the I started have fun with them. All thought I did like my PC Jr with Kings Quest a lot. Plus some of these kids can run circles around me with the codes I like to change. I live in the United States and the kids overseas seem to known more than just playing game like here.
Just my simple mind Johnny333 70+++
PS they mite stay off your lawn. But are in your PC.