Humans vs computers
Vol. 3 , No. 17,
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Vol. 3, No. 17 June 5, 2002
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From the editor - Humans vs computers
Thanks for your kind messages in the lead-up to my eye surgery yesterday. I'm relieved to report that the operation was a success.
My sick computer is another story - it's still in pieces on a frustrated technician's bench, which explains yet another abridged newsletter.
Why is it that human beings can continue working with one part or other functioning below par yet a computer needs every bit and byte to be tiptop?
Perhaps people are a better investment after all.
If the machine is not back by next Wednesday, I'm going to grow pumpkins for a living.
Thanks for bearing with me. I can only apologise again, use the break to recuperate properly and make it up to you in the weeks ahead.
In the meantime, I hope you'll find something to chew on in the Surf Club web site review archives, Readers Write columns and Free Tips archives at -