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"Professional" [was: software to do drawings of houses, gardens, etc.]




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On Fri, Nov 24, 2017 at 11:00:27AM +0100, Emanuel Berg wrote:
> t wrote:
> 
> > Yeah. But generally, whatever Professional
> > (TM).
> 
> Here, does "professional" denote some quality
> with the software or is it about who uses it
> and how?

Neither nor. It was sarcastic. But I guess you
got that anyway ;-)

> Because when I chop firewood, I do it with the
> most expansive axe in the hardware store.

Strange. I tend to take the most appropriate for
the job (if I'm going to chop wood every winter,
I try to get one which is durable). But I usually
don't look at the price as long as it is roughly
whithin budget. It's not the label I'm after (and
yes, the price is just part of the label, as you
can see in Apple products, but also Gucci, whatever).

Otherwise I might end up with Ethernet cable for
audiophiles [1] [2]

Cheers

[1] https://arstechnica.com/staff/2015/02/to-the-audiophile-this-10000-ethernet-cable-apparently-makes-sense/
[2] https://www.whathifi.com/comment/412677#comment-412677

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