[linux-elitists] Firefox Profiles are a Good Idea

Ruben Safir ruben@mrbrklyn.com
Wed Dec 5 09:45:45 PST 2007

> I've tended to notice that there seem to be two camps within the Linux 
> community.  
> Camp #1  "I know what is best for you, so since I don't want to do it 
> you aren't allowed to do it."
> Camp #2 "I don't care what features it has, as long as I'm not forced 
> to use the ones I don't like."  
> I'll personally stick with camp #2 .... acknowledge that Nokia is in 
> camp #1 (long story) and move on.  
> But really does it hurt you that someone else uses a product 
> differently than you?  

Hello James

I don't know what your message has to do with what I wrote.

As for the last line, the answer is I don't know, but likely 
it does sometimes, and it depends on the product.  If it is a 
product like MS Windows which PAYS LOT OF MONEY to companies and
the NYC government to exclude use of competing systems, then
the answer is obviously yes.

Start a new thread if you want to discuss this.


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"> I'm an engineer. I choose the best tool for the job, politics be damned.<
You must be a stupid engineer then, because politcs and technology have been attached at the hip since the 1st dynasty in Ancient Egypt.  I guess you missed that one."

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