Researching a work thing the other day and I ran across a comment in some technical support site from a guy with similar question to my own.  He indicated that he was looking for some guidance that would be in “laments terms”.  I know how he feels.

There was an article in the paper about Toyota’s home-building enterprise.  The Toyota Home executive said; “At long last, the integration of automobiles and homes has arrived.”  Right.  Finally!  Oh, wait…

And today the paper told us all about how people can post all of their credit card transactions on these Web sites, so that others can see what they’re spending their money on.  One of the CEOs said “If you saw a cool movie over the weekend, that’s something you can tell your friends about.”  Sounds great.  If only it were possible to do that without publishing my credit card information on their Web site.

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