Friday, March 28, 2008
ZDNet - Waste Management sues SAP over 'complete failure'|
Isn't this how all enterprise software projects work - marketing promises everything, development suddenly has to create brand new features.
The software maker [SAP] sold Waste Management computer programs that were supposed to be designed to manage tasks unique to U.S. companies that haul waste and handle recycling, with no customization required, the lawsuit said.
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Engadget.com - Motorola insider tells all about the fall of a technology icon|
This guy is not pulling any punches...
Zander, who seemed to care more about his golf score than running one of America's greatest technology companies, left all of the hard work to Geoffrey;
Friday, March 14, 2008
Bloomberg.com - Miners Top MBAs as Metal Boom Makes Geologists Scarce|
Brittan Jones passed up a $100,000-a-year job at a mining company last December when he finished his degree in geology. The 24-year-old Canadian said he's confident he'll get a better offer.
NYTimes - U.S. Is Examining Spitzer’s Funds|
But he has told his aides in recent days that he used prostitutes only in the last eight months and never spent campaign or public money in that regard, according to several of the aides. He reaffirmed that position to his lawyer during a meeting at his Manhattan apartment on Tuesday, others present said.
Thursday, March 06, 2008
IE8's Automatic Crash Recovery Whitepaper|
Over 70% of all Internet Explorer crashes and hangs are caused by extensions, such as ActiveX® controls, Browser Helper Objects (BHOs), and Toolbars. By isolating extension code in the tab process, we can protect the integrity of the browser and limit many failures to the tab process.