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snydeq writes "InfoWorld's Bill Snyder discusses the ignominious decline of Dell, one akin to that of Computer Associates, leaving the company forever tainted by scandal and a 'shocking breach of faith with customers.' Dell's pioneering business model and supply chain helped make desktop computing ubiquitous, affordable, and secure. But years of awful quality control and customer service have finally caught up to the company in a very public way that will do irreparable damage to the company for years to come. 'What we've learned about Dell recently doesn't qualify as an understandable mistake. Only a rotten company sells defective computers and lies about it. How could anyone in IT or anyone buying a computer for personal use ever trust that company again?'" Link to Original Source
Top Ten Things Overheard At The ANSI C Draft Committee Meetings:
(9) Dammit, little-endian systems *are* more consistent!