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Thursday May 06, 2004
09:28 PM

Great explanation by analogy!

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I just bought a new Nokia 6200 mobile phone. It actually works pretty well, and has net access. While thumbing thru the user manual (hey, RTFM), I came across this gem of an explanation under "Technology Background":

A technology called Hypertext Markup Language (xHTML) is to mobile devices what the World Wide Web (WWW) is to personal computers.

I'm trying to think of other things in this vein.

A submarine sandwich is to a fish what a sausage is to a human.

A truck is to a deer what gasoline is to venison.

Eh, it's not quite the same thing. Others?

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