How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Well then...

So lets see...
Democracy takes over in Iraq as the new government puts martial law into effect. Good job guys, way to really win the hearts of the people. No, really.

Meanwhile ski masks count as a terrorist threat. In all honesty, wandering around in a public place wearing a ski mask does sound somewhat stupid, but it hardly counts as a "threat".

Finally, a black eye for all of those that urge a switch to Mozilla because of it's improved security. Mozilla announced a flaw in their own software when running on Windows. Also, 24 hours of discovering said flaw, they released a patch. Hmmm... in retrospect, that's not really a black eye at all, now is it? Compare the turn around time for security flaws in MSquish products (up to six months in some cases?).

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