[SunRay-Users] Sun Ray 3 Plus in Google cache archives

Nishimura, Scott L (IT Solutions) scott.nishimura at ngc.com
Wed Mar 24 23:10:11 EET 2010


   But wouldn't a snail on moist concrete still be faster than one on
dry concrete?

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[mailto:sunray-users-bounces at filibeto.org] On Behalf Of Magnus Varmfors
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2010/3/24 Ivar Janmaat <ijanmaat at xs4all.nl>:
> Although not available yet Google has found it already.
> Amazing!

Wow! Wonder if this means I can soon find some SR 2's on the 2nd hand
market to replace our SR 150s... ;)

On a more serious note, it's good to see development continuing. Love
the technology, don't know why more companies aren't using these
things. I work in telecom, and most of the customer support folks
should have an SR terminal on their desk...

And most of us techs, who just log on to servers anyway to do our
work, would be happy to use an SR terminal (especially a Linux one :).

Considering the desk-top PCs with loads of anti-viruses and spyware
(installed by the companies, makes them slow as a snail on moist
concrete), a terminal would be a definite improvement.


/ Magnus

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