Henry Baker wrote:
> In article <E8H3sq.Jt6@research.att.com>, email@example.com (Andrew
> Koenig) wrote:
> > In article <01bc45d3$cdf47fa0$03d3c9d0@wjh_dell_133.dazsi.com> "Bill
> House" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > Hype alone won't make an intelligent shopper buy, ...
> > But hype alone will sometimes make the intelligent shopper's boss' boss buy,
> > which is the same thing from the hype merchant's viewpoint.
> > I've seen the phenomenon in action as long as I've been involved
> > in computing, which is more than a quarter century at this point.
> > It applies equally to hardware, software, languages, tools, and
> > methodologies.
> Dogfood: That which a dog eats, but his master buys.
Sorry, But I'm a developer, and I picked my development language,
enviornemnt and tools, all by my lonesome.