[OT] web training video delivery - how do YOU do it?

Phil Davis revdev at pdslabs.net
Wed Oct 9 15:55:00 EDT 2013

Yes, agreed. And in my zeal for finding a solution I overstated my case. 
IE8 is the earliest one my client claims to support. (Thankfully!)


On 10/9/13 12:47 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> Phil Davis wrote:
> > Problem is, they often use IE6/7/8 and are not open to change.
> Any sanctioned use of IE6 in any organization is a good argument for 
> workplace drug testing, 'cause they're high as a kite if they think 
> that's a good idea.
> As a government agency they're not only wasting our money, but putting 
> our publicly-funded systems at unnecessary risk.
> Microsoft themselves have spent millions of dollars trying to convince 
> people to move away from IE6 - they've even made a web site to explain 
> why it's necessary:
> <http://www.ie6countdown.com/educate-others.aspx>
> When a browser's own maker tells you to stop using it, it's time to 
> board the cluetrain.
> 143,000 hits for "ie6 security vulnerabilities":
> <https://www.google.com/search?q=ie6%20security%20vulnerabilities>
> -- 
>  Richard Gaskin
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