Thursday, 19 August 2004

Last night Robert Scoble posted a commentary about a commentary on Windows XP SP2 and whether or not people should be told to upgrade to it right away. I pretty much agree with Robert that now is better than later, with an added mention that different users probably need to take different paths to deploy this service pack. Our company, for example, will complete our deployment when it will not interrupt an ongoing project. It's not the service pack that we're hesitating on, it's the time the computer will be unavailable - or performance potentially reduced - by the background installation that we'll be doing over the network.

But more interesting then the original commentary, or Robert's commentary-on-the-commentary, is the commentary-on-the-commentary-on-the-commentary: Robert's also opened up the exact can of worms in the comments on his blog that you'd expect from the "community" on this subject. But hey, I guess that's what community is all about, after all. It takes all kinds.

[yes, I know that's two Scoble posts in a row, I'll stop now :)]

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Thursday, 19 August 2004 13:44:13 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
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Friday, 25 January 2008 23:47:41 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
wow! i'm only a 15 year old 9'th grade high school student and at the age I am I'm already seeing all types of horror like worms and worm infections/dieases. Today in school one of my teachers randomly started talking about tape worms and how many people can get them. I actually thought that was instresting because we're humans and when we eat raw meet i think that's pretty cool how the tape worm forms in your body. I was a little bored this evening so i decided to do some research on tape worms, and unexceptly i came across some strong pictures and details. Tape worms aren't just a bad curable stumach issue, there's tons of giant worm infections that are so scary to even look at. There's brain tumors with maggots or little or big worms that eat up the inside of your brain. Imagine how painful that could be! There's hook worms that suck your blood and that could eventually kill your cats if not taken care of. There's types of infections where worms will actually start to come out of your arms and legs, i've seen a few pictures showing that infection a person once had before and it was beyond scary. it was horrorfying! In Africa there's been people with gross worm relatated dieases to a point where their arms and legs were like balloons. I am sure glad i'm healthy. I'm very lucky to live without having those type of problems and i'm very proud for it. Thankyou readers for taking the time to read my comment.

veronica <3
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