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> The introduction includes this classic line: "If an IT
> manager recommends a
> Microsoft solution and the solution fails, it's Microsoft's
> fault, but if
> the IT manager recommends any other solution and it fails, it's the IT
> manager's fault."
In an earlier age -- some of us old farts remember
being there -- the line was: