Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 16th Dec 2006 16:56 UTC, submitted by Governa
OSNews, Generic OSes eWeek's Peter Coffee has compiled his idea of the 25 killer applications of all time. "Microsoft's Vista has widely inspired the 'Why do I need that?' question, which past 'killer applications' have answered in different ways for different platforms during three decades of personal computing."
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No Emacs?
by Sodki on Sat 16th Dec 2006 18:40 UTC
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That list is useless, then. :-)

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RE: No Emacs?
by chemical_scum on Sun 17th Dec 2006 00:43 in reply to "No Emacs?"
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Hey they forgot vi :-(

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RE[2]: No Emacs?
by AlexandreAM on Sun 17th Dec 2006 01:21 in reply to "RE: No Emacs?"
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First thing I thought. I Can't understand why they forgot VI. IF they're talking "desktop killer apps", then I can understand but hey... it WAS a killer app back in late '70s
I'm sad.

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