- Running faster away from amateur radio products towards more luctative ventures - and who can blame him.
Yes I got the Gemini name wrong. Well, it was a long time ago! I remember the excuse for a delayed Perseus software update being that this wonderful new product had to be ready for Freiderichshafen. (the one a year ago). I haven't bothered searching the messages but they'll presumably still be on here.
I'll make a prediction - there will never, ever, be another Perseus software update. In any case, I just love the way it crashes my machine whenever I 'totally unreasonably' dare to unplug the 'plug n play' USB cable without closing the program first. Truly a unique product.
But I still use Perseus for about 99% of my listening, and the networking function is pure genius.
--- In perseus_SDR@yahoogroups.com, Günter Lorenz <glorenz@...> wrote:
> << Just a final word, though. I reinstate here that, at least from what I know,
> << Gemini will see the light. Terribly late wrt the original planned date, for
> << reasons that only Nico is allowed to disclose if so he will elect, but better
> << late than never...
> On the (b)leading edge of technology, "late" is irrelevant.
> It is like in this joke (from http://waze.net/oea/docs/jokes.htm):
> Two men are walking through a forest. Suddenly, they see a tiger in the distance, running towards them. They turn and start running away. But then one of them stops, takes some running shoes from his bag, and starts putting the on.
> "What are you doing?" says the other man. "Do you think you will run faster than the tiger with those?"
> "I don't have to run faster than the tiger," he says. "I just have to run faster than you."
> I firmly believe that Nico is the one with the running shoes on!