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Comment: they have an ipad trade in (Score 1) 381 381

Give them your old ipad, get $200 credit toward in-store purchase.
I am not sure, however, what people would want more:
my old ipad 1 or $200 at microsoft store.
At least, it *would* make a better Christmas stocking stuffer than
some socks and a toothbrush.

Comment: what this really means (Score 1) 278 278

"and expressed regret over his company's inability to capitalize on burgeoning interest in mobile devices"

should read

"and expressed regret over his inability to capitalize on burgeoning interest in mobile devices"

or perhaps even

"and expressed regret over his inability to capitalize on burgeoning interest in anything"

Comment: You never know... (Score 1) 356 356

You never know you ever needed a Rock Star developer
until you find out what they can do for you.

Frequently it boils down to cost. They find a way to do
something with half the resources, or they find a way to double
your throughput with the same resources.

Either way, the bigger the company, the more it means.

Much of the excitement we get out of our work is that we don't really know what we are doing. -- E. Dijkstra

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