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So I was going through the motions of looking at what it might cost to attend the IBM Think 2018 conference in Las Vegas.
Of course, before you can look at what the costs are, you have to "register", meaning, get an IBM ID.
 turns out if I had scrolled down I would have seen the prices. Ouch. $2,295. Drives me nuts how all that whitespace is useless, you have to scroll to see the costs. Intentional design, no doubt. Page here[/edit]
I was impressed -- lightning fast web page, as soon as I entered my email address it said it was sending a confirmation code, very reactive, etc.
I enter the confirmation code and click on "Sign up for an IBMid"
Open the Chrome debugger and what do I see?
Uncaught ReferenceError: dl is not defined
at Object.getBPData (ibmIDC.js:1455)
at Object.registerJsonData (ibmIDC.js:1139)
at submit_form (reg_sim.js:411)
at HTMLButtonElement.<anonymous> (reg_sim.js:609)
at HTMLDocument.dispatch (www.js:11)
at HTMLDocument.r.handle (www.js:11)
iexplorer was complaining about the certificates of a site (saying it needed to be catalogued as "untrusty" / "unsecure") in an endless loop making it impossible to navigate. Mind you that the site was... "www.msn.com"
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
Well, I'm a bit surprised... fair enough to begin with, but I thought after the "hint" (which was more of a let's-bash-them-over-the-head-with-it than a hint, it was so unsubtle) that someone would get it quickly.
Work (is HEAT and heat is work, (First Law of Thermodynamics, sort of)) the woman (HER) in plant (HEATHER)