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    Default When good software goes bad

    http://www.cnn.com/2003/TECH/ptech/08/07/software.glitches/index.html



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    Default Re: When good software goes bad

    Seems fine to me, I never got an error.


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    How ironic. Two js errors on the page.

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    > Blank page in NN4 Mac.

    Anyone still using that combination these days?

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    Whom ever uses nn4 need to update.

    nn4 is the buggiest piece of crap software ever made.

    No need to flame I could care less.

    I used to like nn until they made nn4.




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    If you cared less, you wouldn't have posted.

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    And what about those who use it because they cannot upgrade, like schools,
    organizations, people who don't know why/how/ to upgrade, and perhaps even
    prefer to use it?

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