After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out
this bit o' wisdom:
> ____/ Terry Porter on Saturday 28 March 2009 21:47 : \____
>> We have a hacker in our local Linux User Group. I've watched him take *one*
>> look at a page projection of code on the screen, and type it all into his
>> handheld without looking again.
> Arbitrary question: is it just me, or do people open a file manager less and
> less as time goes by? (because of the Web browser)
> The way we all use computers is changing a lot over time.
The only time I use a file-manager is in Windows, or when I want to do a
number of renames that don't have an easy pattern (otherwise I'd use the
cool 'rename' Perl script).
With filename tab-completion and 'history', there's not as much need to take
the time to fire up a file manager and navigate the mouse cursor all over
* |Rain| prepares for Windows Update
<|Rain|> sweet merciful crap, it works?
* |Rain| faints