The infamous TradeStation Pumper hasn't learned anything. Especially it hasn't learned to avoid identifying itself by using the signature SKIPPY.
If it were a human shill on the payroll, it would have been fired long ago for being nothing but an embarrassment to Microsoft. No doubt the reason it's still around after all this time is that nobody at Microsoft or any of its contractors even remembers that it exists.
I deal with Texans and the ones I know say they sleep with a gun under their pillow and have never shot any body accidently, many western states do the same thing. the reason they do it today inbred, handed down from father to son for generations. So my advice to you is do your home burglary else where, find a gun free state.
IBM MAINFRAMES ... so you lost your job because you couldn't adapt.
Crawl back under your rock, jag0ff.
MOST windows releases are an improvement on the previous. Win10 ROCKS. Does it job w/o fiddling with it.
They will not be getting your standard W10 creepi, trust me on that one.
"Anyone can say that. It doesn't work that way. The findings are the findings,"
Best John McEnroe voice "YOU CANNOT BE THAT STUPID AND NAIVE" No, they appoint independent investigators or prosecutors because they know in some cases the findings are NOT the findings of fact.
"Crazy good" ?? Why would I listen to anyone so poorly educated that he can't speak (or write) English any better than that?
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"Lynch said is was an independent investigation ..."
Contact that English speaker, the investigation can claim independence but unless an independent IG is overseeing it is not. Lynch needs to step aside. Even if the "investigation" is somewhat fair, the decision to prosecute (or not) is still with Lynch, sorry, that's not independent.
The old AOL guy may think he qualifies on mentoring new businesses. Maybe if he still has money to invest and advise he should pay back some of the little old ladies that lost their life savings in his business. Not sure why I would want his advice if it is true that his company wiped out more savings of US citizens than anything.
The way things where done then and now is not able to be compared. The US Gov. is going 100% to Cloud. It is not only US it is Gov's from around the world.
The thing that amazes me is Microsoft has more credentials than anyone else in the cloud. They are the one and only in handling certain types of data.
How can Police Dept. Storing Police Camera's, Court Cases in the cloud or using Microsoft Evidence Collecting Cloud Based Services be in the same league as some 1 man company that was trying to get a website back in the dot crash.
There is a real need to build data centers from the companies that are powering the world. I would still be worried about some telecommunications company whose technology could make them "Kodak" anytime some new tech comes out.
There is no company that has worked so hard on Security on every aspect of it's business as Microsoft. There business will not be hurt at all if a mom & pop companies do not start web sites in the manner they did all at once back in the day.
I am not sure how anyone could even make the comparison even to Red Hat. Aol is still going in some kind of way but comparing cloud growth to a company sending disks in the mail seems outdated.
Times have changed and what exactly does he expect the US Gov., DOD, The Banks, The Stores to do. They are going to have to use IT SERVICES EVEN IF THEY GO BACK TO KEEPING THEIR OWN DATA ON SITE. Microsoft is the only one that allows customers to use Cloud on Site and Azure off site at the same time.
Has the tech analyst even heard of Cloud in a Box?. I would not buy a company that is reliant on build out of IT cables. MSFT is good and a diversified fund
I will try and correct or at least give my opinion on a statement the CNBC tech analyst made when interviewing the Red Hat CEO. He said that why is it any different than the dot failure back in the day when Enterprise stopped spending and all the IT infrastructure companies crashed and some went out of business. I was around then and had the opportunity to see it with my own eyes in the Herndon, Dulles, VA area where a lot if it started including World Com, AOL, PSI Net and basically all of tech.
There is a major difference in the Cloud build out and the dot days. I was in AOL all the time before they built all of those massive buildings. I was in PSI net when it just has 1 little room with 1 GUY and it looked more like a small recording studio.
Dot stocks where a whole lot of companies that had no real businesses. Books a million would announce that they where just starting a web site and the stock would shoot up 60 points. I walked into places that looked similar to when you went over to peoples houses and high school and everyone was sitting around listening to music or playing ping pong. There where too many businesses that did not know how to do anything that someone was willing to throw a little money at.
The cloud growth is coming from US Gov., DOD & Big Enterprise companies that are real businesses that survived all the nonsense that went on in the dot days. There was an announcement on about an increase in Gov. Budget for cyber security.
You have Microsoft being the only Public Cloud used in the theater of War. They deal with Smart Weapons. That is not my statement DoD, Microsoft puts all these stories in writing because they get unfair bashing like no other company ever has. As someone said "There is no law against a bad opinion". Public menaces might be a better description of them.
You had AOL and that is the stock back in the day that they say wiped out more peoples savings than any in history. Then you have the guy still "Consulting" and inv. in ...
" Pretty sad when the issues are avoided to make up lies about someone to try and win dishonestly. "
Yeah, like what you just did to dismiss a felony by your girl.
They were also, in southern states, allowed to own slaves by your logic then since it made sense in the 1840's it makes sense now.