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Comment: Re:Not Surprising (Score 1) 300

by jsepeta (#47456789) Attached to: Massive Job Cuts Are Reportedly Coming For Microsoft Employees

Not surprising at all. When a company takes on a new CEO he looks to get some easy wins quickly, and cutting employees makes the company seem "lean and mean." In the case of Satya, we may not expect him to lay off the employees who stood in the way of his rise to power -- he doesn't seem tyrannical like Jobs or maniacal like his predecessor Ballmer. But if he ever wanted retribution, now is the time.

Comment: Re: We all know that... (Score 0) 191

by jsepeta (#47364629) Attached to: 30% of Americans Aren't Ready For the Next Generation of Technology

or Win 8.1 update 1 (start button? not start menu? wtf Microsoft? they truly don't get it.

or OSX Mavericks (anyone ever test before fucking up your customers' emails? and to make labels dots to the far right of files and folders is FAR less convenient than coloring the actual files and folders themselves. Just like how apple fucked up labels when they took them out of OSX, then re-added them wrongly.

Comment: huh? (Score 1) 273

I can see from the statements above (which are difficult to decipher) that the powers in charge are pretty much brain dead. Taxis provide a ton of licensing money to cities, but my experiences with Uber were much better than taxi experiences. The drivers always showed up, the ride was cleaner than a taxi, and although it was expensive it still costs less than owning a car and paying for maintenance and insurance. Even if they ban "uber" there's no way to prevent private citizens from trying to earn a little scratch.

No amount of careful planning will ever replace dumb luck.