Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2000 13:27:15 -0500
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From: Jonathan Goldberg <Jonathan_Goldberg@MASTERCARD.COM>
Subject: Re: cheap SAS substitute for Linux...any suggestion?
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DeShon, Joe" <jdesho01@SPRINTSPECTRUM.COM> asks
>Can somebody tell me if I'm right, or did I just dream this up?
>I seem to remember many, many years ago, there was a program called BASS (or
>something like that). It stood for "Basic SAS".
Joe, if you dreamed this up we've been drinking the same funny water.
IIRC, BASS was cranked out by someone named Steve Bass; hence the name.
Naturally, he called his company Bass Institue.
SI was not amused.
What became of it I have no idea. I have sometimes wondered...