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Comment: Re:well... (Score 1) 76

has helped several Davidson students score in the 96th percentile (or higher) in ESPN's bracket challenge

How hard is it to reach the 96th percentile? Let's say you teach this course for 3 yrs with 20 students per course. I think the odds are decent that one of those students would be in the 96th (odd number to choose, don't ya think?) percentile? I'm going with crappy journalism.

Comment: Re:I don't dislike Valve (Score 1) 102

by FatAlb3rt (#46144653) Attached to: Steam Music Now Accepting Beta Signups
I had XM a few yrs back, but dumped it after trying Pandora. I'm usually not anywhere I don't have wifi or cell data, so for $36/yr, it works for me.

I guess I'm just at a different time in my life than I was in the past. The DRM thing used to really get to me, but maybe I'm just not as involved so I no longer care. :)

Comment: Re:To be honest your boss is right (Score 1) 383

by FatAlb3rt (#45594473) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How Do I Convince Management To Hire More IT Staff?
I agree. Here's my company's situation - mfg environment, sounds very similar to OP's:
80 employees, 40 desktops, 7 physical servers, 3 virtual servers + a commercial SAN. We're a Windows shop with Exchange 2007. In-house ERP - not as many (15?) customizations, but we have about 20 custom apps that integrate with ERP as well.

One lone wolf in IT.

It is not every question that deserves an answer. -- Publilius Syrus