Memo in a sentence as a noun

If their new tack is as sharp and focused as that memo, Microsoft is in trouble.

That's why we didn't fire him."Brin was less diplomatic about the memo.

The call to action link says: "Pre-Order on Kickstarter"They must have not gotten the "Kickstarter is not a store" memo.

These days those memo-file entries can be queried and a web app like online banking can show you entries that have memo-posted.

Is it me or does this read like a big ***-kissing of Bezos after he tore him apart in the accidentally leaked memo?

He also implies that while this memo is great progress, it falls short of a full open access mandate enabling reuse and text-mining of content.

Battelle asked about the highly critical memo from a Google engineer that was mistakenly made public.

But I wonder whether they're more shocked that any conversation could have happened at all, and not really looking closely at the content of the memo itself.

They are mostly batch-mode systems which means reconciliation happens once a day and everything intra-day is posted to a memo file.

This is an official memo to Zynga employees and Pincus can't even take the time to use proper grammar and capitalization?

Ask instead, "was this a politically effective policy memo?

In one example a 75kb Word memo was opened over a simulated link between Indonesia and California.

Mozilla's Brendan Eich, inventor of JavaScript, on the Dart memo leaked a few weeks ago:A Dart to JS compiler will never be "decent" compared to having the Dart VM in the browser.

Compare Ballmer's long, complicated memo to Google's mission statement: "to organize the worlds information and make it universally accessible and useful.

The key language notes that the Whitehouse has "issued a memorandum today [...] to Federal agencies that directs those with more than $100 million in research and development expenditures to develop plans to make the results of federally-funded research publically available free of charge within 12 months after original publication.

So, you see, by mandating these sorts of security compromises, governments have in fact made it easier for foreign governments to steal their own secretsan irony apparently lost on the author of the Indian memo and on the authors of these policies.

From what I can see, that memo isn't anything that any company wouldn't produce internally when faced with such a strong competitor, and it doesn't imply that they wanted to outright copy the iPhone, but good luck convincing a judge of that...Also, did their lawyer **** up by mentioning the memo?

What was the value to the RSC of trolling the Content industry for reforms that had no chance of happening, that wouldn't have actually kept people from being bankrupted by lawsuits, that wouldn't make it easier to launch tech companies, and that at the same time manage to almost uniformly enrage rightsholders?Was this memo really "shockingly sensible"?

Maybe it's because we've received the secret developers-eyes-only memo:True Agile: Individuals and interactions over processes and tools\n Working software over comprehensive documentation\n Customer collaboration over contract negotiation\n Responding to change over following a plan\n Getting **** done over attending meetings and conferences

Memo definitions


a written proposal or reminder

See also: memorandum memoranda