From: Donald Z. Osborn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun May 15 2005 - 23:24:58 CDT
This is *almost* an example of an odd dynamic in the fast-moving technological
environment we live and work in that I observed a while back on GKD:
Person 1: Wouldn't it be great if...? or Why don't we...?
Person 2: You can't do that. or That's not realistic. Reason 1, reason 2, etc.
Person 3: Say, so&so is doing this already in such&such place.
In this case the context is admittedly different but it's still along the same
lines: Thesis, antithesis, and already been done.
Quoting Jonathan Coxhead <email@example.com>:
> Jon Hanna wrote:
> >>Could someone tell me where to find the list of the characters
> >>belonging to ISO 15924 "Latn" script?
> > No.
> > Regards,
> > Jon Hanna
> > Work: <http://www.selkieweb.com/>
> > Play: <http://www.hackcraft.net/>
> > Chat: <irc://irc.freenode.net/selkie>
> Ha ha, you are wrong! firstname.lastname@example.org has already done it.
> Wouldn't you say that (Everson notwithstanding), courtesy demands more
> a 1-word dismissal?
> /| Jonathan Coxhead
> o o o (_|/
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