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Randell Flint caught the OS/2 bug in 1987 and has hung on ever since. It's been a bumpy ride, to be sure, but one he's proud of. He designed and developed Relish, one of the first applications for OS/2 and the hallmark product of Sundial Systems Corporation which he founded. As a founding member of the Southern California OS/2 User Group, Randell has always strongly advocated the technical advantages of OS/2.
  • An Argument for OS/2 Exploitation
    To get the optimum benefits from OS/2, you need applications that take advantage of the special things OS/2 has to offer, that really exploit OS/2. Other applications just won't do as much for you. (2/1/1995)