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Comment bad editorial form (Score 1) 147 147

so post a story from a site - - that has an article about Bungie and their future plans and nowhere on or this site is there a link to Bungie or any posts by bungie. And Bungie gave details about the new MMO

very poor form

Comment No SLAPP (Score 1) 126 126

there is no SLAPP law currently on the books in either Canadian law or Ontario law.

But the publisher needs to be careful. If they loose, they have to pay the legal fees of the blog owner and the university.

The simple defence is to show the comments are true. Doesn't seem to be to hard.

Comment hard to do with most software (Score 1) 195 195

I took a quick look at gnucash and couldn't find anything on payroll. Accountant's copy was not found either.

As for the restaurant itself, you may have a touch time finding Point of Sale (POS) software.

Quickbooks is good, but you may also want to consider Simply Accounting. For some, the multiple currency is great (extra for Quickbooks). Some differences in pricing.

I would be careful of online software. Gets expensive paying every month and you are at the mercy of the provider.

Backup your data.

As some have suggested, use software on the market and donate to open source.

Comment Call the police (Score 1) 176 176

the signer of the document made a false statement. Located in Canada, she (Natale Waboose) can be charged with uttering a forged document, fraud, and interfering with a computer.(I am not looking up the sections of the Criminal Code or their correct name)

Regardless of who owns the site (, one can't gain access to an account and transfer on their own.

Rackspace really blew it this time.

Comment Businesses are doing themselves (Score 1) 271 271

do you trust a US based web hosting company after recent events?

Godaddy and comes to mind

The US government, under pressure from the entertainment industry is doing it. Companies like godaddy are making things worse.

A slow pup is a lazy dog. -- Willard Espy, "An Almanac of Words at Play"