I've spent the last several years watching assorted "smart gun" concepts turn into vaporware
I continued, hoping there was a real answer that wasn't "because we bought Meridian, and then that turned into vaporware
, so we rolled the license to Verde when Endeavor and Ex Libris merged.
But if big banks are capable of being sold this kind of vaporware
, God knows what kinds of flaws are hiding in catastrophe risk investment vehicles being sold to investors.
The Prius is practical (midsize family car), affordable (just over $20K to start), economical (45 miles per gallon), reliable (Toyota), and unlike Chevy's vaporware
cummings, and it seemed like every new company founded since 1985 had to put capital letters at random points in its logo in order to attract startup cash or sell its vaporware
Generally speaking, when the subject of organizational culture comes up in a military context, members dismiss it as soft, squishy vaporware
, quickly dispatching it to that netherworld of undiscussibles.
But let's not waste time with overhyped vaporware
that sucks attention from legitimate information projects that actually offer good content.
is still as common as real software; beware the "feature in the next release" if it is a feature you need right now.
It contained a good deal of copy about what's right and what's vaporware
about the new XYZ system and promised the next issue would have an extensive user report on the new product.
Too much vaporware
in this business and too many interface engines.
The primary problem was the cumbersome laptop, and enterprise handheld computing was still vaporware
at the time.
In computer-speak, vaporware
is the derisive moniker for software packages that promise the moon but deliver something closer to a box of rocks.