More likely it was Adobe products. Cheaper to fly to LA, buy a copy and fly back than buy it locally.
everything is faster than java
Especially your mom.
Naturally, she won't do garbage collection.
You're also expected to be a subject-matter-expert on every application that crosses your desk. And remember, you have 2 minutes to review an application written by lawyers paid to write confusing applications.
Coffee hot enough to give 3rd degree burns to the genitals will probably get a lawsuit anywhere. That case gets trotted out as a negative example every time, but if you take the time to read up on it, it's the opposite.
Exactly. This is a technical solution to a marketing / admin issue. This should be handled by the suits, not at the network level. Probably some sort of group discount with the landlords / pimps getting a kick-back.
How about we have a meeting? I'll send you a request in Outlook.
But it's all about the people.
Yes, but which brand? APC, Emerson....
They had to provide redundant copies in case a module failed.
We have to watch our for burglars with MSDN subscriptions?
Wait until you have a corrupt printer driver. "Word keeps crashing!" It's easier to PDF the thing and move on.
Australian governments can't use Office 365. The data centre in Singapore and the Patriot act make it impossible. There are moves to remove some restrictions but I'm not holding my breath.
Android is their most profitable mobile OS.
Nice goalpost move. I didn't say you have to sync with a computer. I said that if you do sync with a computer, you need the service. Your excuse, it's still crap but you don't really need it.
Frivolous lawsuits are also legal. I can't think of anyone with enough lawyers who'd want to build it. It would be a hobbyist that caved at the first C&D letter.