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Thanks for the clarification. I wasn't aware that *the* Jim Seymour had passed. (Shows how long it's been since I looked at a PC magazine.) But, you write so knowledgeably about computers that I naturally assumed that you were he.


On 3/5/2014 11:26 AM, Jim Seymour wrote:
On Wed, 5 Mar 2014 10:42:20 -0500
Virgil Arrington <> wrote:


I just have to ask.

Are you the same Jim Seymour who used to do battle with John Dvorak
in the PC magazines?

Been quite a few years since I got this question.

That could be only if I was emailing from the beyond:,2817,613757,00.asp

No, thankfully, I'm a different Jim Seymour entirely.

Beside our current positions relative to the Earth's surface, there are
several other differences...

That Jim Seymour was a big guy.  So am I, but mostly vertically, rather
than, well... sideways.

That Jim Seymour had hair.  Me?  Not so much... anymore.  (But mine was
curly, like his, when I had it.)

That Jim Seymour liked MS-Win PCs.  Me?  *cough*  Not so much, and we'd
best leave it at that ;)


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