You know, if they would just use bigger systems, they could support even more users! We could call those bigger systems minicomputers instead of microcomputers, yeah!
Wait... we could build an even bigger system that took care of several schools. You know, some kind of 'main' system supporting the entire 'frame'work.
It's just too bad that Microsoft hasn't developed an operating system that is geared to support such a huge number of concurrent users. I suppose they could develop one: Vista Mainframe Software, or VMS for short. It's catchy, because it's one letter offset from the abbreviation for Windows NT.
Of course, we're going to need some new programming paradigms to develop apps for this stuff... I propose we call that COBOL, for no particular reason whatsoever.
>> "The entire project is being done via outsourcing, including installation and staffing for the labs." <<
Those darned Indian out-sourcers, stealing jobs from... oh... wait... nm.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
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