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How to explain the Microsoft Architecture?

My little explanation of Expeditor has drawn a bit of attention. So let me try to do some more explaining. This would be my take on the comparable Microsoft architecture:

Let the flames come in...

Posted by on 16 November 2006 | Comments (3) | categories: IBM Notes Lotus Notes


  1. posted by Philip Storry on Friday 17 November 2006 AD:
    But isn't that just paper it's on?

    I thought that the Microsoft platform required a solid-gold platform with the finest silk draped over it...

    And that's just the minimum spec. The recommended spec is a platform of platinum, and the Best Practice requires solid emerald.

    Unless, of course, that is emerald in the background. In which case, you forgot your silk... Emoticon wink.gif

  2. posted by Kevin Pettitt on Friday 17 November 2006 AD:
    Ha! Now we just need versions using a few other currencies Emoticon wink.gif.
  3. posted by Stephen Hood on Saturday 18 November 2006 AD:
    It must have been a tough tough decision.

    Deciding to use cards or paper money.

    Either way the slightest wind of change brings the whole house down.

    Rocks don't have that problem.