Kenny, Vale T on Fri, 9 Apr 1999 12:14:51 -0400 (EDT)

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RE: wet blanket

Hate to let you down, LeRoy, but the "Winboard" was an April Fools Joke on
the part of one of the regular contributors to /..  They cleared it up a
couple of days later.  
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	-----Original Message-----
	From:	LeRoy D. Cressy []
	Sent:	Friday, April 09, 1999 10:45 AM
	To:	C. J. Martoff
	Subject:	Re: wet blanket

	C. J. Martoff wrote:
	> Hi.  Not to be a wet blanket on the great idea for LINUX trade
	> exhibit on home netowrking. But Thursday 9 April New York Times
	> one full page color ad and one other large display ad for an Intel
box to
	> allow multiple IP addresses from home, and some M$ (I believe)
	> for same.
	> C. J. Martoff                                   Phone: (215)
	> Professor of Physics, Temple University         FAX:   (215)
	> Barton Hall, Temple University
	> 1900 N. Broad St.
	> Philadelphia, PA 19122-6082
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	This just shows the impact that the Linux community is having on
	Microsoft and Intel.  Also I have read that Microsoft and Intel are
	the process of creating a windows mother board that will cost less
	the current boards that are on the market.  But the problem with
	will be the same as the problem with win modems is that they will
	be supported by Windows and put the cpu to harder work.  Also Intel
	in the process of making ``thin'' servers like the Corel Net Winder.

	Linux has had multiple IP addresses for the last 5 years.  Are you
	telling me that it has taken them this long to catch on???

	Havee a great Day
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