Monthly Archives: April 2014

Those who forget history are doomed to be mocked

TechCrunch has a review of new app for doctors. The app, characterized as “Instagram for Doctors”  is called Figure 1.The original, and many would regard as definitive, Figure 1 was written by Stan Rabinowitz at DEC. Here’s link to the uncredited version of the Software Problem Report (SPR).We’ll the patients decide if the irony of […]

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The kind of support we’ve come to expect from Microsoft

So, as a part of an upcoming project, I go looking for information about supported version of Internet Explorer. I find the Microsoft Product Lifecycle Search page. Aside from a few products, mostly IE on the Mac, that have been discontinued, we are presented with this gem: Releases known as Components follow the Support Lifecycle […]

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