You might be on a gaming forum talking to someone about some level you are having trouble with and the user you have been talking with for 4 months might comment “blah blah usual stuff. I starving. My Mom just bought these “pizza bites” and they are awesome! have you had them yet?” Now the conversation is about their clients product.
When robert Blake did not want to talk about a crime he was acxquitted of and wanted to talk about the positive part of his life that idiot Piers Morgan kept going there and to ask someone if they are mentally all there on national tv is just rude. He needs to stay in England. I am not saying Robert Blake is perfect but it was Piers Morgan who was the idiot in that interview.
This made me question whether MacOS is more user friendly than Windows. My grandma is pretty efficient on a Windows desktop. She uses one for work everyday, shes just struggles to identify the bad links to click and if something goes wrong she has 0 troubleshooting skills.
Learmount agrees, arguing that it is vital that all countries abide by United Nations standards, investing in personnel and training, while fighting to ensure corruption doesn’t undermine standards. Terrorists are “looking all the time to detect any method of getting round security”, says Learmount, adding: “Things are better than they were a few years ago. There wasn’t universal screening of hold luggage around the world before 9/11.” There is now, more or less, he adds..
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileFrequent readers of CBC’s technology news section (or tech news in general) may recall the craplets story I broke in January. After an initial storm of activity, things seemed to settle down. Now it appears that a recent column in the Wall Street Journal has reignited interest in craplets, and the predominantly paid placement programs typically pre installed on new computers running Microsoft Corp.’s Windows operating system are apparently starting to fall out of favour.Given Microsoft’s hand wringing over craplets ahead of the consumer launch of the Vista version of Windows, it’s not surprising that the software giant’s user experience evangelist, Chris Bernard, has weighed in on the matter, in a post to his Design Thinking Digest blog simply titled On Craplets.Bernard recounts what he says was a flawless experience installing Vista and application software on his new Sony VAIO laptop computer that “reminded me of other experiences with other operating systems that I won’t mention,” (after confessing “if Apple put out a MacBook Pro with similar specs in a 13 [inch screen] I’d look at that too as I could run OS X, Vista and Ubuntu and that is some serious tech geek Nirvana”).My Sony is a beautiful machine, I love the way it looks and the way it travels, but there is so much junk software that came with it that it disrupts what should be a much better computing experience.