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Re: GFX under Linux
On Sun, 9 Dec 2001, Jan Ekholm wrote:
> >That's a very agist view. Many people I know over 30 or 40 enjoy the odd
> >game. They may not be sat in front of the computer playing games all the
> >time, but they still like to be able to use them..
> Yeah, I'm a few months from 30, and just got a PS2... I'll play games for
> many years to come, but mainly games that require some more thinking. :)
I am 30 myself and play games. But, come on guys, this is a linuxgame
mailing list. We are _not_ representative for "joe user".
Mads Bondo Dydensborg. firstname.lastname@example.org
The point is to decide what your needs are, pick an editor that looks like
it may fit them and then MASTER it. Learn every little nuance and key
stroke. Not just the easy stuff you pick up in an hour or two but especially
the obscure stuff. Learn it so well that your mind can stay about two steps
ahead of hands even when using the arcane commands and keystrokes. Then you
can edit in front of crowds and people will ohh and awe. Source code will
fear you. Project managers will want you.
- Dana S. Wheeler, M.D. on emacs/vi