> On 18 Apr 2001, at 21:43, Spike Jones wrote:
> > Emlyn wrote:
> > > "Just as man learned to fly by watching birds, so we can develop
> > > cheaper and cleaner processes by imitating biology."
> > >
> > > Ummm, does anyone else see a problem with this statement?
> > As an aerospace engineer, I get squicked whenever I see in
> > the same sentence the terms faster, better, and cheaper. We
> > all know the truth about faster, better, cheaper: pick any two.
> > spike
When people say they want it faster, better, cheaper, they *always* mean
faster and cheaper.
Emlyn James O'Regan - Managing Director
Wizards of AU
"Australian IT Wizards - US Technology Leaders
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