Re: A day in the life
- From: Julian Macassey <julian@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2011 13:09:04 -0500
On Fri, 15 Apr 2011 13:48:16 -0400, Cipher <notavalid@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
* Fight with Microsoft to fix Office 2007, as their latest updates
broke the verification
I see these frequent takes of woe and only ever have one
question: "Why are you using a Microsoft product?"
"By saying that our leaders are power-drunk chimpanzees, am I in danger of
wrecking the morale of our soldiers fighting and dying in the Middle East?"
- Kurt Vonnegut
- Re: A day in the life
... broke the verification ... I see these frequent takes of woe and only ever have one ... Users of Microsoft products act like people in abusive relationships. ...
- Re: Connecting to the Internet
... > APIs was a lot easier than learning Registry APIs.) ... be installed in all versions of Windows that you choose to support. ... I hope you don't mind me saying you have "missed the boat". ... Vague questions such as that are often ignored in Microsoft newsgroups ...
- Re: VB6, VB2005, or Something Else?
... But you don't have to write managed code if you don't want to. ... You can still write native code in C++, so its not an all or nothing ... maker saying to a cook, ... One could as easily say that Microsoft is publishing .Net ...
- Re: Laptop Hunter ads
... And so we've been running these PC value ads. ... Just giving people saying, ... call from the Apple legal department saying, hey -- this is a true story ... Microsoft with specific objections about how the ads were misleading, ...
- Re: Eternal September Rocks!
... I've been saying all along that this entire move is due to their desire for *TOTAL CONTROL* over the message. ... Microsoft wants to have all in control. ... The names in this dispute committee, of course, disposes ... of human rights of free speaks. ...