Longhorn or brain short

4 thoughts on “Longhorn or brain short”

  1. I can’t believe this isn’t already in Windows. This type of capability is nothing new and nothing to be too afraid of. It’s easily accessible in Mac OS X and the company I’m doing some on-sight work for utilizes it. It’s pretty annoying that you can’t plug your iPod or other external drive in, but since it’s a design agency I guess it’s smart. Intellectual property and all that. The easy way to get around this is to have two iChat accounts and transfer files through there. Works for me.

  2. The feature has nothing to do with consumers (personal users) if the feature is targeted at the business environment. It will be a policy edit switch, like all of the other features. I don’t hear anyone decry the ability to lock down IE config or restricting access to programs as worthy of outcry.

  3. How long until we start to here from the lunatic left something along the lines of,

    “Devices don’t steal corporate secrets, people do!!!”

    PS. Would the NRA have grounds for a service mark infringement?

    This whole thing is just another brick in the wall of my age old saying that “Corporate America, is really nothing more than Adult Daycare.” period. eos.

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