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Rob said:

>To continue the analogue, it makes sense for people who want the Ferrari to
>not obstruct the engineers and designers working on it because they like
>their friendly veterinarian or the current slow pace of horse drawn
>transportation.
  
I doubt it is a choice between a buggy or car.  It is more a choice
between evolution and revolution.  We have been out of that buggy
since we closed our card catalogues.

What I attempted to suggest in my analogy drawn from the "Atlantic"
conference report, was that we might be happier improving something we
have as opposed to creating something new and different, which we can
not afford. .


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