They've been doing this for years. At some point after IBM sold off the brand, some DoD folks (and others) reported the PC's were now calling home to the other side of the Pacific.
Paging Mr Luty....
And FWIW, anyone who knows their way around the Harbor Freight catalog is just as "dangerous". Knowing CNCZone exists is also a warning sign.
And if his website weren't thoroughly slashdotted, I'd be checking out exactly what he stands for.
(NJ's governors tend to have earned their rep as things you wouldn't want stuck to the bottom of a shoe)
(no really, you don't want a hysterical corrupt hypocrite stuck to the bottom of your shoe)
(actually, it applies to both parties for about every office in the state)
If you're goin *all* the way back....
FidoNet, RIME, countless long dead BBS's & listservers, Hotmail pre-MS, Juno, NetZero, Netscape, usenet, yahoo...Multiples on *all* of them because I would forget or lose login info or whatever I wrote it on. (the tequila had nothing to do with...yeah right)
Then the message boards one the web got really going?
Not a clue, but I can remember the phrase "Howard Karten's Kim Chee recipe"
Insufficient memory to continue, operation halted.
Nothing like trying to rescue a polar bear cub in a snowstorm
Welcome to Verizon.
Foistware/crapware & crippled phones have been standard practice there for years.
Remember, these are the same things that even New Jersey finally woke up and declared a bad idea.
Even the (in)famous Airport circle outside of Atlantic City is going away. The diminutive Rt40/Pole Tavern circle is still...around, as is the ever entertaining Red Lion circle. Watching the Somers Point circle "fade" away along with the 30's era bridge into Ocean City has been an amazing example of gov't waste in action.
Yep, let's not forget building up a "defining" game/userbase w/EQ and then trying to divide it (or whatever that was) with EQ2.
Then again, it did fit in with the attitude of "the user/customer is the enemy" which they seemed to have finely honed over the years.
The June 7th 1960 BOMARC incident was initially reported to have release "minimal" contamination. This was later found out to be wrong to the extent where everyone involved denied any intentional "misdeeds".
Just wait till they find out that "Have a Nice Day" is inscribed around the muzzles of some
The FCC has effectiveness? (not joking)
They're more like one of the examples of "lack of".
The timelines they use for decisions & the resources they use are & have been for years generally the models of "How Not To Do Things".
Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers. -- Leonard Brandwein