On Sunday, November 9, 2003, at 02:11 AM, tedd wrote: >> Can't be Tedd, because the archive is > 2MB and 2 + MB of original >> code (even decompressed) would surpass his life's work. :) >> >> <g> If it was 63K unstuffed... >> >> Robert >> (scampering away now) > > You better scamper away bobo... :-) > > I do get a kick out of you guys. But, what bobo said did strike a > nerve. > > A while a go (after getting my new G4 with CD a burner -- my first) I > decided to burn CD's containing my life's work. You see, I've kept > every article, document, report, map, letter and piece of code I ever > wrote since the old Apple][ days -- that's over 20 years of work. Then > I got myself several dozen CD's and started burning -- it didn't fill > up a single CD! > > Talk about feeling unimportant and small -- damn, now I know what it > feels like to be bobo. :-) > > tedd Tedd, you could look at it as writing very tight/economical code... Pete... (the other one) "No Vatican. No Taliban."