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RE: Museum Schizophrenia



Apparently I wasn't clear. 
I mean that the software can be changed on a yearly basis,
rather than waiting 50 years to move skeletons around.
G. Derkits

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> From:         Betty Cunningham[SMTP:bettyc@flyinggoat.com]
> Reply To:     bettyc@flyinggoat.com
> Sent:         Friday, March 12, 1999 4:36 PM
> To:   Dinosaur list
> Subject:      Re: Museum Schizophrenia
> 
> LOL!
> you tell me ONE computer and software package that has lasted 50 yeasr
> of commercial useage.
> 
> -Betty
> 
> "Derkits, Gustav E, JR (Gus)" wrote:
> > One reason I like computer-based exhibits is that they can
> > be changed to reflect differences in the prevailing scientific
> > viewpoints by a software change. The reason that the
> > big "hardware" exhibits are only changed every 50 years is
> > that the cost is so high.
> > G.Derkits
> 
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