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Re: reaching humans (was Re: Extract A Subset of a

reaching constant reference

"Simon St.Laurent" wrote:
> >and suggesting that, whether one admits it or not, insisting on the
> >blanket redundancy is the equivalent of sitting in front of a pile of
> >fan-fold with a very blunt pencil. a very large pile.
> Better a pile of fan fold with intelligibly labeled columns than a pile
> of cryptic codes that require constant reference to another explanation.
> As for the pencil, there are these things called pencil sharpeners.  A
> penknife will do in a pinch.

by the time you're done sharpening your pencil, someone else, who is willing
to use a tool which allows them to act at a more effective abstraction level
will already have finished the job.



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