Not something I'll ever do, but I think it's a real awesome project.
Wow. Read on to learn the extent of their incredible ineptitude. They apparently have no problem with:
You would think that somebody somewhere in their IT problem would see this as a problem, but apparently not.
Krebs links to another article from 2008 about someone who registered donotreply.com in order to capture all the mail sent to what corporations assume to be a bogus domain. Some of the mail captured has been highly sensitive business and financial information. All because a company can't be bothered to use a real mailbox (or at least their own domain) as a return address in their outbound e-mail.
If it wasn't real, it would be really funny.
I have no problem believing these results either. Not counting the need for modern HTML rendering and web security standards, there is really nothing I do with computers today that I couldn't do with the hardware and software I was using back in the mid-90's. I would be a bit cramped with a Mac Plus, but I would have no problem with a Mac Quadra 840AV, which I used for a long time until one day the hardware simply refused to power-on anymore.
Once again, Sultan Knish cuts through all of the whining and media nonsense and gets straight to the truth. Go read the full article now.
I could use this article as the basis for a gratuitous swipe at Android and laugh at people who protest Apple's rules that force all installations to go through their App Store, but that would just be rude.
What I don't like is the fact that the computer signage is frequently wrong. Not just off by a minute or so, but so far off that some trains don't seem to even exist! You may think that this is just an unfortunate system glitch, but this has now happened three times in the past 6 commuter-days I've traveled.