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Re: Re: And Where Did The 'micro Kernel' Come From?

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Posted by GwynJ on January 29, 2001 03:30:52 UTC

a) when you said my 'responses are starting to
impress' you...that you're beginning to think I am following the old adage "it's better to keep quiet and let people think you are stupid than to open your mouth and remove all doubt!" : 1. It sounds as if you're being facetious; I was serious about my questions: What was the microkernel made of? and how do we know? Your post didn't answer at all.

b) I'm almost 40, and have had an interesting life, too, which my family has urged me to write about. these are in the works, and when i go to market them i'm not gonna whine if no one goes to bat for me. after all, eb white got over 120 rejection notices.

c) i have NO clue why you expounded on the vignettes and bypassed my questions.

d) what seems to be just burgeoning is the recognition there are different types of learning, goes along with A and B personalities. I'm going to workshops on that tomorrow night. A difference in learning/specialty is not a deficiency of intelligence just because it doesn't include some things. Anyone who inflicts conditions on what is acceptable of others' intelligence sabotages him/herself rather than proves anything empirically.

e) i hope your child still likes birds, anyway. even though he was challenging authoritative opinion.

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