Some machines will be left behind despite owners' preferences. Many others will be abandoned because their owners either don't know how, don't care, or refuse to upgrade.
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"If it ain't broke, don't fix it" is an obsolete practice for technology. Here's why we need to make "upgrade, no matter what" our new mantra.
I'm having a crisis of faith. I can't stand contact managers. Whether you call them CRM systems or contact managers, they all seem to be stuck in the land time forgot.
I'm not saying we're being sold out for mere chump change. But I am saying that each time we look at this bill, we find something else that just ain't right.
Is Google evil? That's essentially what the United States Senate is going to be trying to figure out over the next few days. Here's a resource guide and some points to ponder.
Like USA.gov, GobiernoUSA.gov is full of many resources. If you haven't looked around this important government resource, take some time to check it out.
This proposed law is stupid AND won't work AND will break good security procedures that consumers need. Oh, joy.
This essay was written by ZDNet Government columnist David Gewirtz on the morning of September 11, 2001.
If you love your Internet, you must read this article. Congress is once again mucking around with our rights, and it ain't good.
If we can't count on Time to tell us what we need to be paying attention to, then who can we count on?