amanfromMars 1 Fri 25 Nov 05:52  …… giving IT a shot and a shout on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2016/11/24/scottish_searchengine_skyscanner_sells_scrapey_self_to_ctrip_for_14bn/
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“Thus grow overly-large monolithic shoddy companies with market-distorting power that provide little-to-no market/social/customer benefit.”
Wow – that’s a mouthful when “bank” would do! ….. defiler
Banks do extremely well and it is a better beta whenever it is understood and IT realises them also as a virtualised product/production/presentation, thus do sysadmins morph and evolve the grow into a territory/virtual terrain team/elite executive order operation with a temporary stop-gapping existentialist threat/treat for overly-large monolithic shadowy companies with spooky market-distorting power that provides benefit to everything and anything befitting of social customer markets/bourses/proprietary intellectual property exchanges/sensitive secret storage ….. secure banking.
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Now…… prove to me and all who be sailing and surfing here on El Reg that all of the above is true/not true, and in so doing deny the fool their blunt tools of ignorance and oppression, austerity and conflict via the simple act and application of deep minded thought freely shared for peer review?
Go on. Take the Jump and Quantum Leap. Who Dares Win Wins.
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