Life in User Land

Ever since I've used a computer, I've had Administrator rights on the computers I've worked on. Even at work, I've had full rights because my jobs involving computer support of some kind or another have required it!

Now, I'm in User Land. And (gasp) a locked down environment. What, no command line? No access to network properties? No rights to install programs? Worse still, no access to scripting languages?



Completely irrelevant to anyone or anything, except perhaps as a commentary on the strangeness and inventiveness of the human brain.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present the dorodango.

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