...pay your damn student loan bill, dumbass! If you are behind because you had no job, call them and make arrangements.
Please remind us which scientists told us the earth was flat.
Would be hard since, if you're wrong, your forgotten. But I'm sure they existed.
There is yet another web design book! I'm almost done building my house out of them.
I'd refuse to give up the password. Contempt charges are far less damaging than kiddie porn ones.
...thats based on Vista. Its called server 2008. Just hack away the server parts of the OS and sell it already. Its much nicer than vista, while you can add whatever features you want to it.
I don't care. But I do care enough to say so.
If enough people report you as causing problems, you get banned. If a few people where able to harass her enough and get enough people to report her, thems the breaks. She should have reported them and contacted Microsoft earlier. Its just rhetoric on her part. Its also entirely possible that she actually caused problems for other users, and being gays is just a convenient card for her to pull.
Totally pussy-whipped. Good, honest, non-perverted men can't even walk down the street without fear of being called a molester. And now if you use that 5%'s services, its obviously because you are a molester. Its getting to be destructive, of path of good intentions all considered.
...we have mostly notebooks, arranged in carts. And they are used when teachers expect someone to google something. Students abuse the notebooks, pull keyboard keys off, sit on them breaking screens.
Staff expect you to just fix it, no matter how many computers have the problem. They want the latest programs, get idea about running CAD software from them,and get mad when you tell them thats not going to happen.
Managing wireless is a pain. 20+ notebooks on a single access point? Its slow, and they don't care why. They just know its slow. So you must not be doing your job. You can try cleaver methods of getting around it, but in the end, its gonna be slow unless you run a cable for each computer. But then, why not build a lab?
Someone before mentioned it. but it bears repeating. Batteries. Sure they last a decent time NOW. But in 3 years time when a desktop is still booting in 60seconds, and can run all day, you're gonna be fielding requests to replace batteries. And they are not cheap.
I can't speak for the thinclients side. Closest thing we have is a server that runs office 2007, so that we can use all our CAL licenses to save the school some money on software.
You don't develop curriculum. Teachers do. Well, in the States they do. And since many of them are older 'tenured' staffers, they find it offensive if you attempt to make them feel stupid teaching them things they don't care to know anything about.
Although in the UK, I'm not certain if those same realities exist.
If I myself got to start from scratch. I'd get a couple rooms, build a couple labs. Then have each room with a 'teacher' notebook, projector, and a a few mobile "Whiteboards".