It must be very exciting being a Window 10 user...
You lie down under the pipe with your mouth open, and you have no idea what will come in your mouth.
MS don't even supply a pillow for your head. Nor mouthwash.
Windows Insiders, us included, were left a tad bemused last week after a Dev Channel update purported to "not include anything new" was abruptly pulled. Insider bigwig Brandon LeBlanc delicately described the problem as "issues installing this update" while his unit's Twitter orifice clarified it to be "a bug". Build 20211. …
Every time I see a comment about the paperless office, or paperless future, I'm tempted to buy stock in a paper company. My first project to replace paper management reports with online (IBM mainframe!) reports and start the "inevitable" move to a paperless office began in the early 1980's. Naturally, the first project scope change was to add the ability to print the reports off. Typically, management had their secretaries print off the online reports for them.
At Xerox, where we had all of the bells and whistles for a "paperless office," everyone printed copies of emails, reports etc. The paperless office generated more paper, even at Xerox, where it should have generated less. Oh well.
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