Quite possibly . . .

Luis luis at anachreon.co.uk
Thu Mar 12 17:45:59 EDT 2009

Should at least be able to play the guitar.



Bob Sneidar wrote:
> The key word here is "things". Whenever such a vastly broad word like, 
> "things" is used in a vastly broad phrase like, "get things done", I 
> would say that the answer 99. 9999999982367 percent of the time is going 
> to be, "quite possibly".
> Really, things? By things does the inquirer mean prototype a specialized 
> data entry system for his company to keep track of resources? Then the 
> answer would be, Absolutely". Does he mean create an app that can scan 
> for plug-ins in your World of Warcraft directory, peruse the web for 
> updates and automatically install them in the right place for you with a 
> couple clicks of the button? It's been done already.
> However, if he means create a multiuser network device scanning utility 
> that can give you details on every device known to man, then somehow 
> decrypt every installed piece of software's license code, interfaces 
> with all Office products from every age since it's inception, hacks into 
> the NSA secure server, and bounces the data off a spy satellite, then of 
> course the answer would be, "nope."
> So "quite possibly" is the *exactly* correct response to the question.
> Bob Sneidar
> IT Manager
> Logos Management
> Calvary Chapel CM
> On Mar 12, 2009, at 11:20 AM, Richmond Mathewson wrote:
>> A merry quote:
>> "Here’s a question: is Runtime Revolution the cross-platform 
>> application development tool for people who just want to get things done?
>> Answer: quite possibly."
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