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“Hence they are adding automagic fix-it option to thousands of MS Knowledge Base articles so that users can simply click a button to resolve the problem.”
“This type of software is a great for the person in your extended family who is your go-to techie fix-it person -- or for yourself, if you'd like to become that person.”
“We are such a fix-it society, we think we are supposed to help the person feel better, instead of just listening to what someone is saying.”
“Summary: This is a fix-it fic ... one I promised to someone.”
“My father was a blue-collar worker, an appliance fix-it man.”
“By Kevin Purdy on April 23, 2010 at 12: 00 AM iFixit is the site you might know for tearing apart and offering detailed fix-it guides and parts suppliers for Apple products.”
“Unless you collaborate, have open dialogue and slow down to learn together, complex challenges will continue to be addressed with a strictly technical "fix-it fast" mentality.”
“Democratic Senate leaders had hoped to complete work on the fix-it bill by midday Thursday and get it quickly to Obama to avoid prolonging what has been a politically painful ordeal for theparty.”
“Here, Daniels is seeking to capitalize on the Republican rout in last fall's elections to enact a sweeping education package that melds many of Obama's fix-it ideas with a few of his own.”
“Work on the proposed "fix-it" bill, which eliminates special deals for individual states and increases subsidies to make insurance more affordable, was slated to get underway after Obama signed into law the broader health care bill narrowly approved by the House of Representatives on Sunday.”
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