Report software piracy!
This is a clip from late '99 but worth watching if you haven't seen it
[This message has been edited by SysOpt (edited 06-29-2000).]
ROFL - but don't try it without a fast connection!
Well Scott Let me just say thank you, I am now going to be up all night watching these clips. Apparently there are about 240?
Wonderful. Thank you OH SO MUCH for turning what looked like a good night of sleep into a night of smiles and bags under my eyes....
what am I whining about its almost 3 am already...Thanks Scott...this is very cool. I have never seen any of this before.
I think at least a few million ppl will be sleeping better tonite.
Well... scratch that, I think they'll probably sleep just fine anyway ...
Check out the Little-Known Statistics one. It's SO funny (and mostly true.. well mostly)
[This message has been edited by gradius (edited 06-30-2000).]
Thanks SysOpt, was worth the d/l (even at 48Kbps, yuk).
Here in Dallas, at our number-one-in-the-market radio station, the Business Software Alliance regularly runs a commercial, where the Director of the Alliance states (I quote from memory):
"I would say to business owners, that, unless you have no current or former unhappy employees, and don't plan on making any, then you are just one phone call away from becoming the target of a BSA investigation".
Hey, no message that you might not be actually PIRATING... lol, what a threat! Am I hallucinating, or do I seem to remember that B. Gates and Microsoft were instrumental in the creation/organization of the Business Software Alliance?
Hmmmm, there ARE a coupla former employers I'm not too terribly happy at... hmmmm.....
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