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From: moc.udanax|rekrul#moc.udanax|rekrul (Lurker at the Pleasure Dome)
Date: 3 Nov 90 18:56:01 GMT

This reminds me of a story from the dark ages of computing - when the Computing Center at a major university had both a monopoly on computing resources and a policy of "no frivolous use of the computer(s)".

rurwinrurwin 21 Nov 2011 12:4021 Nov 2011 12:44

Here are a few stories that I have gathered over the years. Since they are getting harder to find it is obviously my duty to provide another back-up.

The ListPages module does not work recursively.

rurwinrurwin 21 Nov 2011 12:3620 Feb 2017 15:00

This page has been moved from my ISPs webspace because I am moving ISPs and it would have otherwise been lost. The information given here is still correct, but the status of the cases has changed significantly. See Groklaw for the current situation.

rurwinrurwin 10 Sep 2011 09:5121 Nov 2011 12:43

This page is Copyright (c) 12 September 2004-2012 by Richard Urwin. All rights reserved.

Here are some ideas, probably patentable, which I have no intention of patenting.This page exists to record these ideas as prior art. If you want to implement them then please do so. A nod in my direction would be appreciated. No patent search has been done, so I do not certify that these ideas are indeed patentable. I specifically refuse you the right to patent them.

rurwinrurwin 10 Sep 2011 09:2713 Jun 2012 09:12

This is a rant and I make no apologies for that, since this is my website and I can rant if I like.

There are many rant-worthy features of Microsoft Word 2010. The whole concept of the ribbon is a badly conceived joke, and whoever decided to put save and print on a different page is a… but I wont get abusive, and these are after all personal opinions. Maybe somewhere there are one or two people who find that the ribbon greatly accelerates their workflow. However there is one rant-worthy behaviour that Word has clung to lovingly since it first crawled from the primaeval ooze that was MS-DOS. I'm talking about read-only files.

rurwinrurwin 28 Jun 2011 11:1017 Oct 2013 14:29

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