In preparation for TechNet on the Road in Newcastle, the team travelled up last night and our Geordie pal Jonathan taxied us to a nearby pub. To our delight, not only was the beer nicely cold for Steve, but it was pub quiz night :)
I have never heard of a more complicated set of rules for a pub quiz - there were jokers to play, anagrams, pictures, quartet round, and the list goes on.
So we had 4 Microsoftees and an IT guy from Newcastle Uni and you can imagine the smiles that came across our face when this question was asked.....
"What is a common term used for people who steal information from other people's computers, often for malicious gain"
In my quest trying to find something for an earlier post, I found this image which was too good not to
It was wonderful to see so many enthusiastic people at our event in Newcastle today. Upon reflection
I'm like Wilson; Tim Allen's neighbour from Home Improvement - you only ever get to see the top of my head. ;-)
I'm sure you all looked at lot happier than you do in the picture. :)
As James points out, after posting a less than flattering picture of him with the team when we were so
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