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Minh wrote:Haha... I thought I was the only wimp. Anyway, this morning, in my car, I observed a woman eating in her car. And she was looking at her food for 10 seconds at a time.
rjdohnert wrote:My thoughts on the One Laptop Per child: If it cant run Windows its useless.
I agree. Let Windows apps be prefixed by Windows, if necessary, like Windows Mail or Windows Calendar, and just give the online apps/services the Live name. Then names like Windows Live Messenger would make more sense, because it's a Windows application making use of a Live service. Another example: Xbox Live. It's a Live service on the Xbox platform. It'd be pretty confusing if it were called Windows Live Xbox.
I had a similar problem. I have two live ID's: one live.nl email address, and a very old hotmail.com address. The Live.nl one has all my stuff associated with it: connect, certifications, the lot. The hotmail.com one now only functions as an MSN sign-in
name. I wanted to merge those two accounts, so that I can sign in to MSN with the live.nl address, but keep the actual MSN account so that I don't have to ask all my contacts to add my new live.nl account. I elaborated on this a great deal when I asked support
if this was possible. The response?
"Create a new MSN account with your live.nl email address, then copy all your contacts to the new account. After that, just ask all your contacts to add your new account!"
The fact alone that it is impossible to change your Live ID sign in address is mind-bogglingly stupid. The fact that support tells you to do exactly that which you described in your email as "Not what I want" is beyond what my simple mind can grasp.