David McGlone d.mcglone at att.net
Tue Nov 13 01:58:36 UTC 2007

On Monday 12 November 2007 1:51:35 pm Derek Broughton wrote:
> SILVA Luis wrote:
> > On Monday, 12 de November de 2007 18:34, Knapp wrote:
> >> Not answering your question but why do you love it? I have always
> >> wondered about this program and why people use it. What does it do for
> >> you? Douglas
> >
> > For me it is just simpler to  type the name than visually look for the
> > icon. Even if I have an application link on the desktop it is just faster
> > to Alt+Space and start typing than move my hands to the mouse, search the
> > desktop or menu and click. Krunner is nearly as good and will be even
> > better for kde4 but Alt+F2 is harder to type... I'm lazy, sue me!!!
> It seems clear to me that this is one of those things that seems tied into
> the way your brain functions :-)  Some people find katapult completely
> intuitive.  Some of us don't.  It's good to have the choice!

I'm also very very very lazy! Here's my ideal computer, one without Katapult, 
one without a mouse and one without a keyboard. it's simple, it reads your 
thoughts. Now thats LAZY!!! :-)  

David M.
You are sick, twisted and perverted.  I like that in a person.

>>>PS: Wow, that fortune program can sure be blunt!<<<

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