Monday, February 01, 2010

Name this economics major


Blogger Abu 'Arqala said...

Math and Econ Harvard 1977.

Steve "the Em-balmer"

5:51 AM  
Blogger Kyle said...

Baldy Morton oops aka Ball(s)mer!

The same moron that exclaimed '500 Dollars for a fully subsidized phone...blah blah blah' mid 2007 when Apple first announced their 2G.

Bring back Bill Gates and get rid of this foot in his mouth twerp.


7:52 AM  
Blogger nzm said...

Kyle - that should be Badda Bing!

I liked this article for a taste of his insanity.

My partner attended the SharePoint 2010 Developer conference in Las Vegas in Oct 2009 where he was keynote speaker. Sadly, he was very lowkey - probably so that he didn't scare all the geeks in attendance.

5:00 PM  
Blogger Kyle said...


In that same video (source: Engadget or Wired, I can't recollect which one) I recall him saying while defacing that Mac 'Hope it's got Windows'.

Yeah right!

Which one?

Vista or 8? Former a disaster, latter buggy beyond words!

At work, I'll stick to Mac OS X or Linux for now :)

9:27 PM  
Blogger nzm said...

8 runs perfectly for me - on my Mac! Vista also ran perfectly for me on my PC. It helps that I have a home-based guru with a Computer Science degree who knows how to install things properly!

After 3 months on a MacBook Pro, I can honestly say that I preferred a high-end PC for hardware. The Mac is overpriced, overheats (no cooling fan) and the cheapo DVD writer (the Mac forums are full of people complaining about the same errors) has crapped out after only 3 months and requires replacement at a Mac shop.

All for 3x more cost than my reliable SL500 Lenovo which didn't miss a beat in the 18 months that I had it!

The Mac may look cool, but it gets so hot that I now have a burn mark from it above my knee!

2:26 AM  
Blogger Bharat said...

NZM, thanks for the Mac insight. I think I too will stick to the brands who do the PC well. Got a Dell which still works perfectly after 6 years of daily use!!

9:09 PM  

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