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Software is ephemeral, and merely the current state of the hardware.
I remember reading "If it makes a noise when you drop it on the floor, it's hardware. Otherwise it's software."
If you can kick it when you're frustated, it's hardware.
Ah! That Tribe Called Quest song must've been about a printer tray.
"If it makes a noise when you drop it on the floor, it's hardware. Otherwise it's software."
Try telling that to anyone who's dropped a full set of MS Office 4.3 3.5" floppies on their foot...
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Floppies are hardware. The software is the state of the magnetic domains, and thus a state of hardware, per my original premise.
It's not software.
Then why do fanbois rant on & on about software?
Diode to datacentre?
Would be nice to see more smaller electronic stuffs
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