don't say I didn't warn you
@bigzaphod ARRRGGGG ;)
@schwa thank you for the morning laugh. I nearly spewed my coffee
@emlyn Electron is a scourge in the guise of sanctity
@emlyn never been a fan of electron, either.
@emlyn I use the website in a Fluid container. Better than whalebird. Not native of course.
@mathowie When I am at our place on the Oregon coast, I am always on the beach at night. Usually with wine 🤣
@mathowie well, it takes strain off the torque converter, but not needed. They might have learned on a manual, and if you are at a long light, you would put it in neutral to save wear and tear on the throw-out bearing (which would happen if you held the clutch to the floor at a long light for a few years).
So it might just be they transferred that habit to the automatic.
@palaniraja actually, it was 72dpi ;)
@Cdespinosa that's sad. We have one 6 miles from us here in Oregon, and love it.
@palaniraja not on a 19" screen. 75dpi
In 1985, I had the privilege to be the project engineer on this machine. It had a VAX 11/780 class CPU chip, 25MB MFM drive, and the monitor resolution was 1024x864. We also wrote a windowing system and presentation layer called UIS (User Interface Services). This was our third machine (VAXStation I and VAXStation II were the 2 previous), and we got a VAX into a shoebox. This sold really well, got me a great promotion, and the eye of the CEO. I became one of his goto engineers. Good times.
@emlyn Yes, I was one of their beta testers and a thumbs up when we hired Jamin at our former place of employment ;)
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