so I read this at Slashdot:<br><br>http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=01/06/04/1851210&mode=nocomment<br><br>and I thought about when Apple stopped allowing employees names to be put on software.... that was a big deal then, but it's not a big deal now... it seems that everyone either a) accepts it, or b) knows the engineers anyways...<br><br>what's your take?<br><br>***<br>"The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left." <br> -- Ecclesiastes 10:2
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#1257 - 06/07/0103:48 PMRe: apple not naming employees in software anymore
Back in the old Atari days, they did not tell you who wrote any of their games, but lots of them had secret things where you could find the author's name. That was always pretty cool when you found their little secrets.<br><br>
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