Outlook on Ice

My workplace provided us with tickets to Broadway on Ice. We had standard definition seats, rather than high definition seats, but it was nice to get to go anyway. Nancy Kerrigan was the star and she seemed she might be pregnant. She did one of those fast spinning moves at the end, so the hypothetical child will either have really good balance or walk in circles. There was a piano player/comedian named Dale Gonyea, who was pretty funny, and a good piano player too.

Why did Microsoft put the Outlook Delete shortcut, CTRL-D, right next to the Save shortcut, CTRL-S? The world may never knowÂ…but the world will lose many emails, journals, and other Outlook items in the meantime. I’m guessing it was the same department that put the close icon next to the maximize icon.

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