Standard Forth versus Python: a case study
jackokring at gmail.com
Sat Oct 14 15:14:17 CEST 2006
> werty wrote:
> > Apples/oranges ? programmers are making very little $$ today .
> > Thats software ! No one is makin money on obsolete Forth ,
> > so why a comparisom ?
> > Ultimately the best OpSys will be free and millions of lines of code
> > obsoleted . Because no one can protect intellectual property , its
> > simply too costly for a Government to do this .
> > Notice the crypto fiasco , the USA govt forbad export of SSL and
> > in short order Australia gave the world a free SSLeasy !
> > This is software . No one will , for long , own software .
> > Microsoft and Linux will die in 24 months . No hardware will
> > produce money/profits using them .
> > Because we have a new hardware competitor , that obsoletes the BIOS
> > chip , North bridge/South bridge USB helpers , NICs .
> > No mo PNP (Plug_and_Pray) .
> > In 2 chips ( CPU /SoC and LCD controller) it will be faster than
> > a PC . 100's have allready written HDD drivers and haven't yet
> > free'd them . But when others give free , what good do it to
> > hold yours ! You look stupid selling what others improve and
> > free . Trying to sell what others find easy to create !
> > Intel made hardware too hard to program , ARM is easy .
> > Python wont last on ARM , for WCE and Linux will be tossed .
> > A simpler structured method will be used to customise
> > Browsers . There will be 2 columns , one on left will be main/orig
> > but on the Right will have hyperlink result . This way ya dont have
> > to go back to compare ! side by side .
> > Text editors will also work this way . You will read orig in left
> > columns
> > and 'edit'/annotate your stuff to the Right columns .
> > Sun microsystems et all ( the ones we seldom think about ) will
> > all be obsoleted , bankrupted , their hardware surplused .
> > No more h/w servers .
> > There will be no high speed 64 bit boxes in the future .
> > The Pocket PC will do work you could not imagine !
> > All will have 100 GB HDD , VGA LCD , USBH/USBD , WIFI N
> > and no WERTY keyboard ! full GUI ...
> > ethernet and firewire and rs232 will die
> > Why not "see" the future ?
> > No Linux ,no WXP , no C+ , no PC .....
> Hah! This is the output from a program and I claim my prize.
werty bot has to claim the prize to prove intelligence challange ;-)
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