No point in using it to connect to Spotify
In space nobody can hear you stream
274 posts • joined 16 Dec 2009
I remember a conversation with a "data analyst" at a major insurance company, who was meant to send me a .csv but sent an .xls instead. Easy mistake to make, sent an email to remind him and got a .csv by return. All good so far, but the file wouldn't load. When I opened it in Notepad++ to check the format, it became obvious that what the "analyst" had done was to rename the original spreadsheet file... Because they were a customer I had to limit my sarcasm in my next message.
Obviously they need to have a notice above the emergency alert button saying "Do NOT press this button".
The button should be labelled in black on a black background and when you press it, a small black light lights up black to let you know help is not on its way.
Ah "Windows NT4 Workstation" ... I don't think I ever saw one in the wild
We had to use it at an FE college as our key application wasn't certified to work on Win 95. It worked perfectly on Win 95, but as it wasn't certified we didn't take the risk. It didn't crash often, as I recall, but it took a while to get used to pressing Ctrl-Alt-Del to log in rather than triggering a reboot.
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