USB Thumb Drive
jerrymc at msu.edu
Thu Dec 2 14:22:25 UTC 2010
On Thu, Dec 02, 2010 at 09:45:15AM -0200, Sergio de Almeida Lenzi wrote:
> According to Darwin's law,
> the most fit will survive...
That is a misrepresentation of Darwin's theory.
It does not say the 'most fit' will survive.
It says that the one that is best able to expoit the environmental
resources will survive. It could be one who would be less or
even least fit in another environment. A lot of [possibly conflicting]
things go in to defining an environment.
> if you have the choice of buying 2 usb drivers,
> one that have fat32 and other that have exfat
> you, as a normal customer, does not know about
> the details of fat32, ntfs, ufs, zfs, xfs....
> but you know about price, that is:
> the one that pays something to M$ costs
> more than the other,
> I bet the one that costs less (even a cent less...) will
> get better chance to survive.. and in some time
> there will be no exfat usb drivers ...
> besides it is easy to format a fat32 on FreeBSD or even in
> Linux, Mac..
> I can show, for example, the docx, in my country, the document
> format standard is ODT... or PDF... no no doc, no docx...
> Thanks for listening...
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