Reply to post: Re: something that is broken today might simply be fixed tomorrow.

Calling all the Visual Basic snitches: Keep quiet about it and so will he...

Stevie Silver badge

Re: something that is broken today might simply be fixed tomorrow.

But why would anyone sell me software that is broken or can't do what it says on the side of the box it came in?

And why would anyone update software they sold me that was working properly?

I begin to suspect that the entire post-internet software business model is fundamentally flawed.

Tsk! Late binding, dynamic linking and silent downloading, eh?

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