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The poor guy used up all his bandwidth in just 4 days after publicly release the UI."
Seriously. The world needs a LOT more of this:
Muslims try to change Islamic killing machine
'To live in the Middle East and say what we're saying is a death sentence'
Posted: March 6, 2007
2:10 a.m. Eastern
By Art Moore
© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com
This policy memo was initialed due to the recent action by the U.S. Department of Transpertation placing a ban on these new Microsoft Products stating...
"there appears to be no compelling technical or business case for upgrading to these new Microsoft software products. Furthermore, there appears to be specific reasons not to upgrade."
I think it makes sense for my company to do this. As the old saying goes "If it's not broke, don't fix it". So, are there other companies out there that are enacting a similar kind of policy?"
"Many federal agencies are not planning to move to Microsoft's newest operating system, Windows Vista, anytime soon. Several agency chief information officers said they either see no business reason to move from Windows XP to the new operating system, or are budgeting and planning for the transition in 2009 or beyond.""