I was at a meeting recently where someone asked the dozen attendees how many used Twitter. Only my friend and I raised our hands. The lady shared she was at a loss why people tweet. In her words, it’s no different to Facebook status updates, only less. It made me think back a little over […]
I was clearly under the wrong impression that the latest Microsoft releases supplied more useful error messages.
I had quite a positive meeting with someone from the business regarding enterprise architecture (EA) . It’s an interesting engagement, which we’ve yet to do in any other part of the business. To put it mildly, the area is terribly unhappy with their IT support. I’d suggest their issues are mostly with delivery and communication, […]
It was not my intention, but isn’t it interesting that the icons from my regular Microsoft products seem to suggest I’m using “OPEN” Office software – quite contrary to open office software. The Windows 7 taskbar icons are from Outlook, Powerpoint, Internet Explorer, and One Note.
I will always have a soft spot for Microsoft’s Notepad. It comes from my persistence with it to manually web site code for the web. In the mid 1990s I became totally obsessive/compulsive with web site design and especially updating HTML source code. At one stage I may have used Notepad more than I used my legs. It was around […]