Dragon -V- (dragonvpm) wrote,
Dragon -V-

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A geek thought....

I am making progress on switching the office machines from Windoze to Linux. This involves finding good programs to do numerous things (i.e. sync the palm pilots, do email, word processing, spreadsheets etc...). I've been researching lots of random programs lately. I noticed that many programs had descriptions that said something like:

execution errors will be logged into a human-readable text file

Now, I fully realize that what programmers consider human-readable and what most folks consider human-readable are often light-years apart,


wouldn't it be nice if humans (particularly those that we have a romantic interest in) produced errors in human-readable form?


Just a thought from your friendly neighborhood uber-geek (:-p)

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