I use a Lamy Safari with a European EF nib; it works just fine. If I
need a finer line, then I use a Pilot Petit 1 with a Japanese EF nib.
Seriously, though, folks. I suggest that OT advocacies of OSs or of
writing instruments or of sexual practices not provoke mass responses.
Look at what else has been posted that day; if no one tells the
advocate that he is OT, then do so, and just let it go.
On 05/16/2018 04:30 AM, John Kane wrote:
Well, for elegant, scientific writing one can not beat this OS
On 16 May 2018 at 00:42, Baris Erkus <bariser...@hotmail.com
On 15-May-18 10:15 PM, Jim Rockford wrote:
People are still taunting about this like schoolyard infants?
Well, here's a few reasons for you that apply to my case, Johnny
(1) I work in a scientific field and a specific laboratory that
uses data analysis software for which there are only Windows
versions. I used Linux exclusively prior to joining this lab.
I'd rather not quit this job because of a Linux snobbery affliction.
(2) Gaming. I have a Windows machine at home because I like to
play modern video games. Good luck trying to get them to run on
WINE, which is a cheat anyway if you're a Linux purist.
(3) There's nothing wrong with having a dual boot Windows/Linux
system for the sake of convenience. I'm not going to waste time
booting into Linux just to write scientific documents if I'm
already in Windows.
On Sat, May 12, 2018 at 11:03 PM, John White wrote:
Why are people still using Windows? My firm gets along
without Gates just fine.
So are we now getting into a good-old "which OS is better"