Things I’d really like to know…
… exactly who named Conficker, Conficker?
… and exactly what does Conficker mean anyway?
… and why did they change “Add/remove Programs” to “Program and Features” in Vista and Windows 7?
… how many additional seconds of my life will be spent scrolling down to “Programs and Features’?
… why do people care if it’s “S-Q-L” or “Sequel”? I mean, regardless of if I call it “S-Q-L” or “Sequel” I still don’t fully know what I’m doing when I’m dealing with it. So regardless if I know which is the true and proper way to refer to it, doesn’t change the fact that I still don’t know what I’m doing when I launch the Management Express console.
… Facebook may have 200 million people signed up …but how many REALLY use Facebook? Or how many like me are occasional users and primarily because everyone I know stuck their MVP summit photos up there so if you wanted to see them you had to sign up?
Today’s list of things I’d really like to know …