It's not funny, they did almost the exact same thing when overnight everything stopped charging via the firewire pins on the dock connector, leaving most docks unable to charge iStuff without adapters.
The conclusion is that whoever wrote that has little to no idea what a logarithm is.
You should be ashamed of yourself, calling accountants and (likely) MBAs monkeys...
Do you have any idea how much it depresses monkeys to be compared to such creatures?
Even if you had to absolutely use OneDrive with OneNote, what's the big deal? You don't have to use it for anything else (but you should, it's good).
OneNote 2013 is now free, so there's no reason not to upgrade.
As for equations, just hotkey the Office equation editor - it even accepts a lot of LaTeX syntax - which is a lot more intuitive than most shortcuts from that add-on.
Well, a tablet with a digitizer (Think Surface Pro) can do pretty much all sorts of notetaking typically done with pen and paper. It helps organization immensely.
Agreed. OneNote is perfect for note-taking. With compatible hardware (tablet with N-trig or Wacom digitizer) you can even get the best handwriting experience this side of paper. Naturally, it works just as well with keyboard+mouse.
The Windows Desktop version (which is the only one I regularly use) has some pretty random bugs when drawing shapes with the built-in tools (it may be limited to high-DPI displays, though, since it looks like a bad coordinate transformation - and it only happens occaisonally), but is otherwise stable.
Like all Office applications, it might be good to spend an hour or two learning the ropes instead of diving right in.
For some reason, the grudge lives on. It wasn't that great a pissing off either, just your average banana republic tactics.
Compared to North Korea, Cuba is a beacon of democracy and human rights. They're just a banana republic that pissed off the wrong people.
They don't really need to design them to last that long, considering they typically refuse to honor their warranties anyway.
Then they wonder why their laptops don't sell...
Didn't they invest in Tesla a while back, including a joint venture for the electric B-class?
I'd mod you up, but the ifs are out of place.
There's no "if", it's happening right now.
Nuclear is cleaner than any fossil fuel, properly managed. Overall, despite the accidents, nuclear's impact has been a lot smaller than that of fossil fuels.
Unfortunately, accidents aren't seen as an opportunity to learn and eliminate old flaws, but to halfheartedly dump the whole thing, leaving behind ancient designs with known flaws instead of new, safer designs.
If you have an example that proves otherwise, feel free to share and enlighten those of us who naïvely expected some informative/insightful comments.
They sold their product under a contract that clearly specified the support period, which was then repeatedly extended at no cost to anyone who bought XP.
Windows XP is archaic by modern standards. Yes, some people have to use it or buy new scientific/industrial/medical equipment, but that can hardly be blamed on Microsoft.
When you last bought any piece of electronics or machinery, did it come with implied free support for all eternity? No, you got a well defined warranty period and beyond that you are expected to pay up. Same here.