Johnny Rotten, Sex PistolsMy wife and I needed to pick up some food at Trader Joe's for an event. So she reminded me we needed to take a different exit than we usually do. "It's Exit 2B," she said. "You sure?" I replied. "Or not 2B?" So if the leader of the Sex Pistols visited Hamlet's home country, would we say there's someone Rotten in the state of Denmark? ... In order to boost its sagging entry in the gaming market, Microsoft is readying Dynamics GP for Xbox. The latest version ensures visibility into finances and an improved ability to stop zombies.

... There's been a lot of news coverage about the members of teams that are responsible for nuclear missiles cheating on exams that test their proficiency. Apparently, the scores were being boosted by the inclusion of people like cooks. They had low scores in handling nuclear weapons. On the other hand, their soufflés rarely fell. ... My wife and I needed to pick up some food at Trader Joe's for an event. So she reminded me we needed to take a different exit than we usually. "It's Exit 2B," she said. "You sure?" I replied. "Or not 2B?" So if the leader of the Sex Pistols visited Hamlet's home country, would we say there's someone Rotten in the state of Denmark? ... I'm promoting a new line of food that's designed to look like health food. It's called "Just Like Nature". Your friends will think you are eating health food, but will be consuming the salt, fat and sugar and that your body demands. ... Scientists utilizing principles of quantum physics have developed a new encryption technology. Details aside, the protocol is known as 1-2 random oblivious transfer, which I think describes my daughter's spending habits.

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Bob Scott

Bob Scott has been informing and entertaining the mid-market financial software community with his email newsletters for 10 years. And he has been covering this market through print publications for 18 years, first as technology editor of Accounting Today and then as the Editor of Accounting Technology from 1997 through 2009. He has covered the traditional tax and accounting profession during the same time and continues to address that as executive editor of the Progressive Accountant.

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