Some days I wonder why I use any Microsoft software anymore. I'm a man of simple needs. I prefer simple tools that do one thing really well. While I can trace some of that to my Unix/Linux roots, the same is true when it comes to real-world tools as well.
So it's no surprise that I find myself wondering if Emacs, Open Office, or even VIM isn't more appropriate when this dialog appears for seemingly no reason:
If you're too lazy to look at the full-sized version, here's the text of the alert:
The document was saved, but data for speech recognition was lost because there was not enough space to store it. Be sure to turn off the microphone when you are not recording, and check the available storage space on the disk.
My reaction upon seeing this can be summed up in a common three letter acronym: WTF?!
Where's Microsoft World Lite when you need it?
Posted by jzawodn at April 11, 2007 06:35 PM