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Thought-Provoking Commentary for the Lawson Software Community
It’s one of my pet peeves. "We can’t enter it as a problem unless we can reproduce it."
It seems the whole universe is “tweeting” about something, and we, as a culture, just can’t get enough of it:
Once a year, it happens. My birthday, that is. I won’t yammer on and on about birthdays, and how when you get to be “over-the-hill”, you don’t want to think about birthdays. No, I’m perfectly fine with my age (hey, I earned my grey hair!).
I think it goes something like this: “’tis better to have loved and lost, or to never have loved at all?”
To put a twist on it a bit, is it better to have competed and lost, or never to have competed? That is the question.
Can’t you just envision this as being a perfect line of Alice Kramden dialogue from an episode of The Honeymooners? Ralph is contriving some plan with Norton, purporting to be “the expert” on whatever scheme is being cooked up. And in steps clear-headed Alice, to utter the deflating question that brings it all back into perspective, “Oh, so now you’re an expert, huh?”
Does anyone else think that when you install a Lawson application, install locations should be remembered for future installs?
As they say, “wonders never cease”, or something like that.