Google. I'm logged in to two accounts. If the calendar link I clicked isn't for the first one, TRY THE SECOND. I'm sick of having to copy and paste this link manually. That's why links exist, so you can click them. Yes, it's not shared with my personal account, but it's bloody well shared with my LOGGED IN company account.
So he wouldn't have shot the teacher if he weren't wearing headgear? You think the threat of an armed assailant will make a person less twitchy to defend themselves? You're blaming this (ahem) indiscretion on being "amped up" (meaning an excited biochemistry) and see no parallel between it and an actual crisis?
One of the criticisms of this program is "The threat of accidents is higher", you dismiss it out of hand. When shown that there was an accident by the guy proposing the plan you shrug and say "not a big deal"?
I like that Google put, like, no thought into how people might actually want to use things like the chat windows. "Oh sure, we'll have a titlebar and make it look like a window! Drag them? Ha, why would they that? It's not like the chat would overhang onto the content area and they'd want to move it out of the way. Ha, ha."