[CrackMonkey] "And we're removing the seatbelts and airbags to keep the weight down"

Ryan Yeske rcyeske at vcn.bc.ca
Wed Jul 5 17:41:52 PDT 2000

> Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2000 16:59:08 -0700
> From: Nick Moffitt <nick at zork.net>
> ----- Forwarded message from glen mccready <gkm at blackdown.org> -----
> Forwarded-by: "Chris Adams" <chris at improbable.org>
> http://www.amiga.com/press/zine/6-3-00/AW2.6.htm discusses why the new
> Amiga operating system won't include memory protection at the system
> level:
> "We at Amiga feel that memory protection is an overhead that punishes
> good code because bad code exists, and this is an attitude that is
> becoming increasingly prevalent. Indeed, the classic Amiga lasted for
> 15 years without any memory protection at all and has been praised as
> one of the most stable systems ever created, a credit to both the
> system and the developers themselves."
> ----- End forwarded message -----

and to think i was getting roasted for dropping a couple 'strophes.


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