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Re: NeXT and Cannon [sic]

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Re: NeXT and Cannon [sic]
  • From: xinwei at jessica.stanford.edu
  • Date: Fri, 12 Feb 93 09:43:07 -0800

--------- Forwarded message
I would appreciate any comments about the recent news of NeXT selling its
hardware to Cannon. Does this mean the beginning of the end of the NeXT
machines?
What is going to all of us who invested in teaching classroms that we 
equipped with NeXT machines to teach Calculus and Mathematica?
Regards,
Elias Saab
mathes at esaab.cs.missouri.edu
--------- End forwarded message

Keep on teaching "Calculus and Mathematica"!  
The chips and the software you purchase remain invariant, don't they?
;)
Or if you insist on keeping up with the tides of fashion, start pricing
486's -- you may be pleasantly surprised.

Sha Xin Wei
Stanford University





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