On the Great Debate

January 14, 2008

In general, the more quality an argument, the fewer words and emotions it takes to deliver.  That Linix is faster than Windows can be argued passionately, and yet the passion is wasted  Professional opinions can be gathered, but they will disagree.  And when benchmarks are presented, only closed minds emerge.  Of those who argued that the year 2000 was to be the end, many intelligent people forecasted that it would rain airplanes.  However, the final argument was made 01/01/2000 12:00:01.


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