Subject: Re: Pitching Free Software [Quotes]
From: "Juergen A. Erhard" <jae@laden.ilk.de>
Date: Fri, 10 Jul 1998 15:58:33 +0200

 Fri, 10 Jul 1998 15:58:33 +0200
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>>>>> "jsshapiro" == jsshapiro  <jsshapiro@earthlink.net> writes:

    jsshapiro> In message <199806261636.MAA04278@bobster.redhat.com>, Bob Young writes:
    >> 
    >> "Would you buy a car with the hood welded shut?"

    jsshapiro> It depends, of course, on the price of replacing that car when it
    jsshapiro> breaks.

    jsshapiro> Actually, you do so all the time: it's called unibody design.

How many times is unibody design *not* a nuisance in the end?  "It
broke?  Throw it away.  No way to fix it."  Even if just one little
wire got loose... or some spring broke, or something similarly simple.

    jsshapiro> Your point, however, is well taken and makes a nice sound bite,
    jsshapiro> which is what we need here.

TShirts, bumper stickers... ;-)

Anyway,

Bye, J

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