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I understand that Microsoft Office is eager to secure me as much as it is possible. And therefore there was introduced a "read-only" mode. How Microsoft / Windows / Office "knows" which of my private files come from the Internet and which don't? It gives me the creeps... Moreover, it seems to be a cool, security-oriented feature. But why it works for printing documents too?

What harm can I do myself or to my computer, even though the document contains a malicious code or any other kind of unwanted content if I print it out on a piece of paper? Will that execute some harmful macro? Is there any reason or sense behind this, except for pissing me off each time I have to click on Enable Printing button on such docs?

Linkedin does not use any solution that would presist user state across subdomains, i.e. you can be logged-in on www.linkedin.com and logged-out (looking at the registration form) on nz.linkedin.com. Or any other country-related linkedin subdomain.

In other words, you can display somebody's profile browsing through main domain (e.g. http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=66666666) and you're logged in. But when you use the very same guy's national URL (presented below his/her photo), e.g. nz.linkedin.com/pub/some-guy/1/235/567 you'll see a form asking you to either login or register a new account.

What a lame!

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