Yeah, and population density certainly has nothing to do with it.
Given that Japan has a population density of 337.1 per sq. km, and the United States has 34.2 per sq. km, maybe when the U.S. has a population of 3.2 billion we'll start to see some maglevs here, too.
How is this news? We've all known about this for a very long time.
As a current iProvo fiber user, I can't wait to welcome my new Google overlords.
I disagree. As long as your books are kept correctly, the accountant only needs three things:
1) Profit and Loss
2) Balance Sheet
3) Depreciation Schedule
Gnucash does all of those. Print them out. Hand it to your account. And you're done.
Quantity is no substitute for quality, but its the only one we've got.