On Wed, Jul 12, 2006 at 10:34:21AM -0700, Grant Youngman wrote:
> That really isn't the way it would be -- more computer woes, that is, if by
> comparison one puts the "woes" of the Orions next to, say, the
> day-to-problems of running Windoze. If only my laptop would reboot as fast
> as the Orion :-)
It's off topic, but 99% of the persistant BSOD (blue screen of death)
crashes I've debugged and that's many over many computers were fixed
by replacing the memory with a higher grade product.
>Even the Doug Smith DSP
> code/architecture had it's share of issues -- which isn't to knock Doug.
This too can be fixed. You just need to have at least two COMPETENT
QA people per programer. That's how you get five nines (99.999%) reliability,
which is the standard in the telephone industry.
The major difference between a cell phone and an Orion is there is much more
for the computer to do in a cell phone.
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