Originally Posted by tolladay
It just looked like your garden variety SCSI device. SCSI was a technology designed by the Russians to cripple American artists. It almost worked too, until Apple finally discovered the covert agent in their midst, learned of his dastardly plans, and then had St. Jobs come in and give us a real peripheral connection experience.
I have no doubt if you worked on it, then you got it to work. Asking annoying questions over and over until it gives in, is the perfect response pattern to wilily computers peripherals.
You'll be glad to know that PCIexpress and ESATA are replacing SCSI. Remember the first rule of computer psychology, you can not let them know that you need them. They must constantly be made aware of the fact that at the first sign of trouble, they will be replaced. Occasional random replacement will keep the fear level high in the herd.
Well, gotta go find some stuff to fix my guitar amp.