Re: HP printers
Awful how ? I've used brother laser printers with Macs at home for... well over 10 years, it must be. I've not had any problems with them at all....
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... and the consequent discovery that brand new shiny also means upgraded OS across the board, which in turn means application upgrades ... none of which had happened in a timely fashion in the past because it was varyingly too difficult / not worth the expense / name your excuse du jour.
eBay as a DR strategy...
When you find yourself involuntarily launched into the market a few months after your 60th birthday in what could best be described as a "grey hair short back and sides" and start learning the whole new world of what a CV is supposed to look like, with your personal branding (WTF ?) etc. etc., and the strong advice from the "professional resume writer" that you "dispose of a few decades worth of experience" ... they're all insane, if you ask me. You end up dreaming of having a rational conversation about a solid piece of work with a functional manager with opposable thumbs.
Oh, did I say that out loud.
(FWIW it took eight months to find something)
While it was fashionable to blame Cray for SGI's woes, SGI had actually had a couple of bad quarters before the acquisition and was already on a glide path because their classic market of 3D graphics systems and workstations was being consumed by the wintel boxes with graphic accelerators.
The Victoria Line, which opened in 1968 IIRC, has always been completely automated - all the driver does is close the doors and push two "start" buttons simultaneously; everything else is under machine control. One suspects that the only reason the driver is actually there is for the PR to the passengers... and possibly some input from ASLEF.
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