Re: Re: [Full-Disclosure] IE is just as safe as FireFox: Moved to Education

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Date: 11/21/04

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    Date: Sun, 21 Nov 2004 17:44:51 -0500

    Ah, nostalgia...

    I have appropriately suppressed many of my memories in this regard.


    On Sun, 21 Nov 2004 12:22:24 -0500, joe <> wrote:
    > > From:
    > []
    > > On Behalf Of RandallM> The question above is answered IMHO as yes. Any one
    > who admins
    > > or is a PC support person would have to agree. Come'on, if you
    > > change their monitor they freak out that there folders are now
    > > gone!
    > Absolutely. One bank division I worked at had a lady who would go ballistic
    > if a single ICON was out of place after work was done on her PC and would
    > refuse to work until it was corrected. This person was responsible for doing
    > the money moves for trades and securitizations to maintain liquidity levels
    > for credit rating which consisted of at least a billion dollars a day. We
    > would actually have to take a polaroid photo or screen prints prior to and
    > after working on her PC for CYA. We also did weekly images of her PC, it was
    > the only one of the several thousand at that facility we had to do that for.
    > True story.
    > joe
    > --
    > Pro-Choice
    > Let me choose if I even want a browser loaded thanks!

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