Yes, it's only the 14th, but how could these two be bettered?
Re: MOG: SCO to cleave in twain
Msg: 59007 of 59222 3/11/2008 5:51:02 PM
In response to msg 58983 by _Arthur
"It looks, however, like there’s gonna be two entities once SCO’s out of
Chapter 11: one that pursues the myriad litigation (what the plan calls
the SCO Group) and the other that minds the Unix store (what the plan
calls Reorganized SCO)."
What an excellent idea!
Just think if Exxon had thought of such a thing. Exxon could have divided
itself into two entities, (1) Drunken Shipping, and (2) Everything Else.
It is of course to be expected that the Drunken Shipping division wouldn't
have much in the way of assets, just a broken boat and some oil
(unfortunately distributed all over some rugged coastline).
I think MOG has truly devined the next big thing in corporate deniability.
Re: Microsoft Predicts Computing Trends for late 1900's
Msg: 59182 of 59222 3/13/2008 1:08:46 PM
In response to msg 59181 by peredurabefrog
>> Microsoft have loads of applications that use all the power of modern
computers and more (if the performance of my wife's laptop is to be
believed). Their problem is in trying to do something useful with it
rather than using it to power a bloated user interface. <<
Well, that is a novel solution to the old issue... Power, you see, can be
used for Good, or for Evil, or, (as it turns out), for the User Interface,
which obviates the whole Good Vs. Evil quandary.