I've been here in Washington, D.C. since late Sunday for training, and I've been restricted in the systems I can use.
At the hotel, the wireless connection is unreliable at best and inaccessible at worst. At the training center, we're running on locked-down desktops running Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition and Internet Explorer 6 in high-security mode.
I wish I could say I was surprised at how much of the Web just doesn't work in this locked-down scenario, but I'm not.
It is definitely reminding me that when I am architecting our new system for release next year, I have to ensure that I have fallbacks in place for those poor unfortunate souls who are chained to neutered browsers.