Really? Is that the lament of someone frustrated with President Trump? No. It’s Jason Perlow writing about people still using Windows XP.
It doesn’t matter how many times I techsplain this, because some folks will always refuse to listen. Maybe it’s because I write in long form and anything longer than 300 words is considered to be TL;DR these days.
TL;DR, short for “too long; didn’t read”, is Internet slang to say that some text being replied to has been ignored due to its length. It is also used as a signifier for a summary of an online post or news article. The phrase dates back to at least 2003, and was added to the Oxford Dictionaries Online in 2013.
It’s a complicated world out there, folks. Paying attention takes effort and that takes time.
Let me say this as simply as possible: If you are still using XP, you are the end-user equivalent of an anti-vaxxer. You are a menace to society and everyone around you. You are a walking malware vector. You should be shipped out to a remote island with no internet access to fend for yourselves so you can’t infect anyone else.
What do you really think Jason?