I installed Creo 3 today for testing on a computer for one of my users. They started it up and got the below image.
So what do you think the black spot at the bottom of the picture is? They say it's a coffee cup that is on a laptop but I'm not so sure. What do you think?
If it is a coffee cup the why the heck would someone put liquid ON a computer? And why would PTC promote that?
Sure looks like coffee or soda to me.
Maybe it's a real tall skinny cup sitting in front of the laptop.
Other good questions:
That is just how the Marketing Depart thinks Engineers operate...
Well I don't work without coffee so I'm guessing PTC simulation and analysis doesn't run unless you give it a little coffee too.
But would you ever put a cup of liquid ON the computer like this image suggests?
You and I wouldn't, but that guy in middle management ...
Oooh. Good point.
Well, my desktop tower has a neat cupholder that slides out when you push the button....
Well done, sir! Well done!
ROFL, tears and all! Thanks for that!
The image on the laptop it seems fake also, is that guy real? Is that hand from him?
Maybe he just has a googly eye on his laptop for some reason. LOL
In Creo3, click the image of the coffee on the laptop and it takes you to a page to download an ebook that says "Get Best Practices from Top Performers".
So evidently that image is trying to portray a top performer using best practices that ideally should be imitated. 🙂