I have just finished an over-complex drama for getting a bit of training related to an industry I have always wanted to be part of. Confused as to why I had paid for this course I was scratching around to find out why I couldn't access it at all until I realised that my online email had taggged it a spam and subsequently hidden it, which is fine most of the time but one solitary email from the same company had hit my normal inbox which is why I had been confused. I honestly thought most of the connected world had woken up to the idea that the more drama you make for your customers then the more likely to look elsewhere they were. This is why I am currently unemployed, my bosses were far too willing to jump all over me for all sorts of trivial things while my in-house customers weren't past driving over 800 km's to get me to do things for them. It really just got to be stupid jealosy after a while, and they showed no signs of backing away from it either. I can't wait to get better bosses, although I am not holding my breath. I have noticed some of the best loved Linux forum's on the net have woken up to the same idea, that jumping down the throat of those who don't know doesn't mean continued support of the rather obscure platform and that those days should be put in the past. This really is a bit of venting and a bit of commentary on a changing world feel free to add/or digress on your own path if you want.