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Myths, Magic Bullets and Easy Buttons

Discussion in 'Newbie Forum' started by Fred Weiss, Feb 6, 2007.

  1. Velocity

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    I had the best mullet in high school. LOL
     
  2. Bogie

    Bogie Very Active Member

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    What I learned early on was that one needs to learn the capabilities, and limitations, of one's equipment, and then work within that.

    In addition, with learning about how "signs" works, as opposed to just printing on various papers, I'm learning about a WIDE variety of substrates.

    This is what we get paid for.
     
  3. OldPaint

    OldPaint Major Contributor

    I STILL HAVE MINE)))))))))))))))))))))))
     

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  4. Velocity

    Velocity Member

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    I dont know if im impressed or jealous. Grin.
     
  5. activitydude

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    I like your attitudes! That's one of the "fun" parts of selling software. There are dozens of BMS software suppliers but not one that does it all for you or is "perfect" for your situation. :) That's why we compete.
     
  6. Wowee18

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    I thought it was impossible to "prove" that something DOES NOT exist... you know, like the yetti, nessie, etc...
     
  7. bob

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    A popular belief usually but not necessarily true. There are many examples of proving a negative. They often tend to esoterica but they are valid nonetheless, and thus show that it's not an impossibility.

    It has to do with the inherent deductive nature of proof as opposed to the infinitely more useful induction and the theory of confirmation and explanation.
     
  8. Digital_Dan

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    This thread is very deep (in detail) and very knowledgeable. Fred you are spot on! Also, everything that "bob" posted is pinpoint perfected. Nice work fellas.

    OldPaint - that hair works for you, but I know I couldn't pull it off :)
     
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