2016年1月18日 星期一

reboot, mea culpa, outage, service credit,

Doctors in England say patients with multiple sclerosis are showing "remarkable" improvements after receiving a treatment usually used for cancer. Some patients have been able to walk again after being paralysed. So can the treatment really 'reboot' a faulty immune system?




A Humbled Microsoft Outlines How It's Rebooting Windows 8

 

 

 

Microsoft gave the most complete demonstration yet of a radically overhauled version of Windows, as the company reboots the operating system for a market increasingly captivated by Apple's iPad.

Domino's Mea Culpa and America's Pizza Passions

By Josh Ozersky
The pizza chain's reboot isn't a big improvement. But it had to do something in a country where pizza has a special place

Amazon Issues Mea Culpa
Amazon.com issued a detailed account of last week's Web-services outage in which it apologized for the shutdown and offered a service credit to customers.



me·a cul·pa (mā'ə kŭl'pə, mē'ə) pronunciation

n.
An acknowledgment of a personal error or fault.
[Latin meā culpā, through my fault : meā, feminine ablative of meus, my + culpā, ablative of culpa, fault.]

reboot
(rē-būt') pronunciation
tr.v., -boot·ed, -boot·ing, -boots.
To turn (a computer or operating system) off and then on again; restart.



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