On Elevator Etiquette
Our building has the weirdest elevator etiquette ever. Its a mix of chivalry and... obnoxiousness. I don't know. It's difficult to explain but the way the elevator banks work, you end up with weird queues to get in to the elevator and generally men will wait for all the women to get on/off. Granted, the doors will close on you super fast but I didn't really expect there to be a difference in Chicago downtown elevator etiquette. It doesn't help that you have to switch elevators in the middle to get to whatever floor you're going to, so there's a whole herd of people moving from one bank to another. It's the little things.
I never expected it... but I miss the Captivate screens in the elevator. It at least gives you a natural place to stare without being awkward. Seriously, where do I look? At my feet? My phone doesnt work in the elevator. At the doors? Um?
(A Rant): Ok, I understand that SharePoint 365 is a new product. I get it. But I'm going to have 800 + users and you're telling me there's no way to a) let them reset their own passwords and b) no way to change the "Contact an administrator" message to something useful like "Contact this person"? I'm sorry, that seems like oversight of a pretty massive use case.