But this will be useful in some cases (3rd world education, your grandparents, etc) where all your need are webapps, like Gmail, Google Docs, etc. Not everyone needs a full blown OS and the hardware costs associated with it.
3rd world education would benefit from a netbook that requires a reliable internet connection?
I'm not familiar with the Zino, so I read the specs then clicked the gallery link to get a look at the machine. Then I read the captions. Seems they need to get some things in order on their site. According to the gallery captions, there's an HDMI port, optional Blu-ray drive, integrated HD3200 graphics, and an AMD Athlon dual-core processor. Of course, none of those are available on the Zino. But if all of those actually were options, it would be a nice little machine worth considering...
I agree the website isn't clear, it's the Zino HD that has those options and it is too expensive IMO. http://www1.euro.dell.com/uk/en/home/Desktops/inspiron-zino-hd/pd.aspx?refid=inspiron-zino-hd&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1
How many execs do you have in a 20 person company? I worked in a 15 person company that had a CEO, 4 VP's and 2 high-level managers, too many chiefs, not enough braves. I used to get advice from the CEO about how we should go and rewrite our software in PERL, or PHP, depending on the article he was reading. They went out of business, obivously.
Why on earth is this modded offtopic? The comment is totally relevant, reporting to management within a company of 20 is effectively the same as sending a report to you immediate team within a big corp, my biggest surprise is that the OP doesn't have a good enough relationship with this small team to ask them directly. Anyway....If you offer a list of every possible metric you could report on as suggested earlier you will typically get asked for everything whether it is of use to the recipient or not. Speak to your management, ask them what they have to provide to their stakeholders and come to an agreement about how best to present it to them. Don't simply assume they want more reporting and send it to them, there is no point in doing the work if nobody reads it.
Are you saying the actual food looks exceptionally good, or that the pictures look equally pitiful? Maybe it's different there...
I'm saying the food looks ok and based only on the pictures I can establish if I have been given BigMac, a cheese burger or a Filet-O-Fish.
Well, see if you can at least see the differences here.
No I just have bad eyesight
But does this apply to persons only? I hope we'd finally get to know the truth about McDonalds hamburgers. Or can we count them as persons?
Pictures of burgers are representative of the type of burger you can expect, you do not expect the exact burger that is in the photo otherwise they would have to take a lot of photos!
Good for the French anyway, this can only be a positive thing.
"Gort, klaatu nikto barada." -- The Day the Earth Stood Still