Someone (•cough•Gartner•cough•) invites me to a web conference to show off their revamped customer portal for advising tech companies on tech trends. The invite involves a WebEx server so old that it doesn't support audio codecs that interoperate with the mobile versions of the client.
Thank you for so concisely telling me what I need to know, and giving me a half hour of my day back!
Admittedly I've seen fewer than a dozen episodes so far, but every time I watch "Uncle Grandpa", I'm amazed anew at how bizarre it is. I look forward to being an old person in the world run by kids who grow up on this stuff.
(Ah, it's actually the data of all the people who registered for the conference, which is almost but not quite the same thing as "registered the app". It's in fact probably a bit worse -- if you went to the conference, you can't avoid having your data disclosed simply by not using the app. You go, RSA!)
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