Danger! Acronym overload!!!
I guess they didn't look at redundancy or reliability in their cost equation..."So we marched down the road of the Windows platform. We don't have any Unix; we don't have an AS/400; we don't have any mainframes — we don't have anything outside of Windows. There has been tremendous cost savings.
...everything's Windows. Every technician that works on a server works on a Windows server. Every technician working on a desktop works on a Windows desktop. That's quite a bit easier than other flavors of desktops or OS/2 or whatever else is out there.
Today (May 30th), the DJIA dropped a total of 184 points (almost 2%). That wiped out the gains that were made over the previous three days. I think that we are definitely out of the bull market from 2005 and early 2006. I also believe that, at best, we are in a trading range. But, I'm beginning to think we are heading towards a bear market. I'm mostly out of stocks (and have been so for about three weeks). I am now waiting for bear to be reached.
Wow, I am finally using a day pass to see all of the submitted articles first, just like real subscribers! I feel so privileged.
Hey, there's my first article! I can tell because it is in RED, whereas the rest of
"The greatest warriors are the ones who fight for peace." -- Holly Near