If he has no money to fight his legal battles, he has no money to sue Google or anyone else. So I think the appropriate response should "Fuck off."
Indeed. Would somebody please put this worthless piece of crap in jail.
Prior to the Classical Greek era there was no philosophy that really even vaguely resembled modern science. Not even the Greeks possessed actual science, but at least they tried out different methodologies.
Proof is for mathematics and liquor. Science provides the best explanation based on current data, and there best explanation at the moment is that CO2 emissions from manmade sources are a major cause of observed climate change.
100% of people thought the earth was flat and the sun revolved around it for the longest time too.
No learned person in the western world phase thought the world was flat for well over 2500 years, I wish this moronic meme would do.
Look at this way. If you get a letter from anyone threatening legal action and demanding some sort of a payment to avoid it, you are a fool not to seek legal council. Whether this is a copyright troll, or a mean-spirited neighbor, even if you can't afford a lawyer, you can't afford not to retain one.
The point of this is to frighten the foolish into paying. The foolish will not be aware that for the price of a letter from a lawyer stating "Send all further correspondence to the Firm of XXXX, YYYY and ZZZZ" (the first time I used a lawyer to do that, it cost me $150), these copyright trolls will go away. This is about extorting money from those ignorant of the legislative limits to damages.
That's some pretty bizarre behavior, considering, at least on my personal Google account, I've been on GMail and Google Docs on my desktop, notebook, iPhone and Nexus 7 all at the same bloody time without any issue.
He's saying he's a fucking moron. He's just doing it in an obtuse, roundabout way.
I guess it depends on what you expect out of an email system. One thing is for sure, Exchange was always a rickety beast, and the level of codependency between Exchange and other elements of Windows over the last few versions have gone through the roof. For basic email and scheduling, I'd gladly leave Exchange behind, but we have a government contract (I'm in Canada) which strictly prohibits the storage of certain highly sensitive data outside of Canada, and the last time I contacted Google about it, they just brushed it off. So, here I am, getting ready to upgrade to Exchange 2013.
If you can't grow a market, just buy one.
Good, another reason to avoid Ubuntu like the plague.
Are you kidding? It's illegal if David even figures out how to beat Goliath.
I imagine the only real "cloud" part to this will be some sort of encryption key exchange that amounts to "if(productexpired) extort(money);"
Indeed. The proper question is how many Windows 8 units have actually sold, versus units still sitting in warehouses or on store shelves.