Microsoft partners are complaining about the difficulty of making Office 2007 work for them because of a combination of "trialware" and WGA. No relief is in sight for them.
Microsoft has changed their pricing structure to force business users to buy into Software Assurance (SA):
Rather than apologize for bribes and other outrageous behavior that lead to defeat, M$ is crowing over how successful their behavior was and predicting victory over ISO standardization of ooxml:
Lund, Sweden refuses to work around a Vista bug, so people who live there must chose between Vista and internet access. It's nice to see the right people being held accountable for a change. Here's another article and more from the Inquirer.
Although U.S. authorities said they had averted an attack that could have resulted in unfathomable damage, deaths, and destruction, the plan was unlikely to have been successful.
"IceCube is already the world's largest neutrino telescope although it is less than half-finished," Gaisser said. "Its purpose is to use neutrinos as a novel probe of high-energy astrophysical processes to reveal their inner workings, which are obscured for ordinary telescopes using light and other wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum."
But they all stink.
"It's like deja vu all over again." -- Yogi Berra