Don't look a gift horse in the mouth. That's what I've always been told, anyway. I can remember my mother being furious with me one Christmas for telling my aunt exactly what I thought about a hideous pair of pants she gave me.

"Next time, you don't have to like them. Just look happy and say 'thank you,'" she fumed. "What if she asks me if I like them?" I protested. "Lie."

Rules of etiquette like this might make for a pleasant Christmas dinner, but they don't necessarily apply when it comes to corporate gifts of computer...

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