Serious investigations into UNIX and Windows
bsilver at chrononomicon.com
Tue Oct 26 13:10:41 PDT 2004
On Oct 26, 2004, at 2:35 PM, TM4525 at aol.com wrote:
> Integration is what separates the men from the boys, so don't complain.
> If it were "easy" most of us would be doing something else.
Changing your oil isn't that hard. Most people pay someone else to do
Fixing a hole in drywall isn't that hard. Most people pay someone else
to do it though.
Even mowing a yard isn't hard, but many people out there still hire
people to do it for them.
"easy" doesn't mean that the service niche goes away; as long as people
are busy enough that the job is an inconvenience to do themselves,
there's always a demand for the service, easy or not.
Sorry, know this is probably a tangent from what was implied, but I get
tired of people saying that we need our stress and problems because if
it were easy we'd all be out of jobs. We'd be paid far less if it were
a commodity service, perhaps, but it doesn't automatically mean we're
going to be jobless just because we made a network or system that
works...if anything, it means we could finally focus on training users
and creating training materials for them to help them use the system we
put into place!
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