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27th Mar 2002, 04:15
Axiom: A statement that is generally regarded as true.. .. .Home is where you hang your @.. .. .The e-mail of the species is more deadly than the mail.. .. .A journey of a thousand sites begins with a single click.. .. .You can't teach a new mouse old clicks.. .. .Great groups from little icons grow.. .. .C:\ is the root of all directories.. .. .Don't put all your hypes in one home page.. .. .Pentium wise; pen and paper foolish.. .. .Too many clicks spoil the browse.. .. .A chat has nine lives.. .. .Don't byte off more than you can view.. .. .Fax is stranger than fiction.. .. .What boots up must come down.. .. .Windows will never cease.. .. .Modulation in all things.. .. .A user and his leisure time are soon parted.. .. .There's no place like home.com.. .. .Know what to expect before you connect.. .. .Oh, what a tangled website we weave when first we practice.. .. .Speed thrills.. .. .Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach him to use the Net and he won't bother you for weeks. . .. . <img border="0" title="" alt="[Razz]" src="tongue.gif" />

27th Mar 2002, 09:47
I know that C:\ is the root of all directories and the A:\ drive is where I stick my floppy but what happened to the B:\it in B:\tween?. .. .**********************************. .Through difficulties to the cinema

Hugh De Payen
27th Mar 2002, 10:02
Thanks for the memory.

27th Mar 2002, 11:44
Tis better to have browsed and got booted than never to have browsed at all.. .. .If at first you dont connect, try swearing again

27th Mar 2002, 21:45
Blacksheep. .. .Can't believe I'm making this, perhaps the saddest post in Pprune history, but the B: drive goes back to the pre hard disc days of PC's, when they would generally have two floppy drives, hence the hard drive when introduced became C:. .. .Take me away and shoot me somebody....

28th Mar 2002, 18:30
Ivchenko,. .. .I have images of people of my generation being asked by their kids in 10-15 years time: "Daddy, why is there an A: drive, and a C: drive, but no B: drive".. .. .Other questions we might be asked by our kids: "Daddy, why does milk come in 568ml bottles, isn't that a really strange number?". .. .Anyone got any more?. .. .FFF. .----------

28th Mar 2002, 20:32
FFF. .. .If we're not careful, it might be:. .. ."Daddy, (it would be Grandad in my case!) what's that big deserted field, with those broken down deserted sheds and that bit of orange fabric hanging from a pole, and why is there a faded number 24 on the ground in the corner?" . .. .Just to cheer you up for Easter!!

29th Mar 2002, 01:31
Into the Blue Screen of Death clicked the six gigabyte

29th Mar 2002, 17:40
Ah, that's all very well but when the CD ROM was invented they could have put it B:\ack! <img border="0" title="" alt="[Big Grin]" src="biggrin.gif" /> . .. .I once had a B:\ drive it was B:\eautiful. I still have my old Spectrum and it still works! I don't know why I know that, am I just a sentimental old fool? Can anyone else still write programmes in Spectrum Basic or am I alone? Was Clive Sinclair just eccentric or truly mad? Why does Bill Gates wear a suit - has he been turned? Whats an A:\xiom anyway?. .. .**********************************. .Through difficulties to the cinema