Re: BBC taking it as seriously as ever
But no transgender aspect?
1311 posts • joined 12 Jun 2009
"It's a free download for students and teachers at schools and colleges,"
Not. It may be free for the students and teachers but I can assure you theres a giant bill sucking at the financial teat of the academic establishment.
What would be a better idea, is if some of those in academia, that make such decisions told MS to fuck off and relied on any of the free offerings, such as open office instead.
"If it looked and worked exactly like Office 2003, I'd be on it like a shot"
I think they peaked there, after that it was cosmetic or unwanted naff 'features' and to say the least, I was using it less and less of it the more they 'improved' it. I mean the ribbon? what utter crap.
Office 2003 lives on for me, under a VM on Windows XP - because it works.
Stopping every man+dog tracking what you do with the 'effing thing might be a good start!
Just been up to my tits in the filth that slups the interwebs, some of these sites make 'The Daily Mail' a well known snakes wedding of trackers and other slurp shyte, look like saints.
Although FF Focus isnt bad
"If I had my way, I would require every device with a battery -- whether it is a phone or laptop or tablet or whatever -- to include instructions on how the user can change the battery. This would, of course, require a battery that is easy to change. (I'm looking at you, Samsung.) I would also make it illegal to block third party batteries that otherwise fit for purpose."
Echos my thoughts entirely & anyone thinking otherwise deserves to be put to the sword...
Pint, its nearly Friday.
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