Why Windows Continues To Suck: Part III

The Final Insult Is Win7 That Shuts Down All By Itself My previous two posts on the Windows O/S family have provided sufficient background regarding my reasons for despising Windows and Microsoft, and here is the final insult: Windows 7. There are many good reasons to buy Windows, including the desire to feel enmity, the urge to do nothing, the willingness to become infested with viruses, ad infinitum. The latest reason to get Windows is…

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Why Windows Continues To Suck: Part II

Viruses, Trojans, Worms, and Other Malware Define a Dangerous PC World Recently, during our rant about Microcrap, all centered around the OS’ inability to correctly read available data space on an external device, I made reference to my days as a PC-lover, builder, schmoozer, and so forth. The obvious implication is that I have an archive of files that are PC-based or were created and save on PC. The plethora of archive data, for an…

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Why Windows Continues To Suck

A Thoroughly Anti-Windows Rant From A Former Loyalist Turned Mac Lover It has taken me a few hours to calm down from my latest bout with Windows. When I consider this engagement (it feels like war every time) was with Windows XP, arguably the most stable (*snicker*) operating system ever produced by the boys in Seattle, a reality becomes painfully apparent. That reality is the fact Windows, while bringing computers to the masses in an…

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Building Websites Means Building Development Technology

Rodan Media Creating Technology Features to Automate Web Development for Clients Web design and development has changed a great deal in just ten years. When I first began maintaining a website for a magazine, constructing a website or adding new pages was as simple as opening Netscape Composer and dropping text and pictures. A fair website could be created fairly quickly. Of course, at the time the biggest concern was making certain the page could…

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