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Unix admin since '96
Network admin since '97
Jack-of-All-Trades since '91

Computers I've owned over the years:

  • TI 99/4A
  • Apple //c
  • homebuilt PC-compatible 8088
  • Gateway 2000 486SX-25
  • homebuilt Pentium II
  • Sun SparcStation 1+
  • Sun Enterprise 2
  • WinBook XL2
  • Apple Power Macintosh G3 Minitower
  • IBM Netfinity 3000
  • homebuilt Intel Pentium → AMD K6-2
  • Sun Ultra 80
  • SGI Octane
  • SGI O2
  • Apple iBook G3 (Graphite)
  • Sony Vaio PCG-Z1WA laptop
  • Apple Mac Mini G4
  • Apple MacBook Pro 17
  • Apple Mac Mini Intel
  • Dell Poweredge T610

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comment Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
Thanks for answering the question.
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accepted Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
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comment Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
@cornbreadninja: whoops. Yes, line spacing, not letter spacing.
Mar
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comment Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
Fixed to request a complete sentence that is grammatically correct.
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revised Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
complete sentence
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comment Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
@FumbleFingers: why wasn't that an answer? Also, "lede" was coined to differentiate from "lead" (as in letter spacing) in editing markup. But that isn't really relevant.