5 posts • joined 13 Apr 2011
Re: Not for business use but...
"I doubt that Windows could legitimately refuse to function just because it detected that it had emigrated from its place of origin."
Oh come on, it's refused to function for far more feeble reasons than that...
SSL is BROKEN
SSL is broken; the 600+ CAs, in whom we are supposed to trust implicitly forever, are not all trustworthy. Perhaps a new method of certificate verification, such as Convergence, http://convergence.io, would help.
...when Damon Hart-Davis and Lewis Page meet in the same room at El Reg HQ?
It's better than Livelink, but
... about 15 years behind Lotus Notes/Domino. Although the Office integration is nice.
or was it...
...those Click-Clack Moo-Cows
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