Loc: New Hampshire
http://www.cnn.com/2002/TECH/ptech/12/04/fortune.ff.microsoft.defense/index.html<br><br>a typical viewpoint on Microsoft and how we should learn to love them.<br><br>Interesting notes from the article. The author states that without Bill Gates making software<br>a business we wouldn't have all the wonderful stuff we have now because before him there was<br>only hobbyists. And then at the end he states MS's competition is linux and Mysql (stuff made<br>by hobbyists).<br><br>Anyways the article is the typical MS viewpoint and obviously the author hasn't never used a <br>Mac and the iApplications or even Adobe, Macromedia products.<br><br>Mrs.JC just started her IT classes which are MS centric like you wouldn't believe. Sad thing is<br>they think they are high tech in the business but they don't even have wireless in the new building<br>they built. MrsJC is looking forward to her multimedia presentation done with QT and flash while<br>others will be making web pages with Word.<br><br><br><br>
Be careful! That MS-centric stuff is so powerful sometimes that just using a non-MS computer will get you in trouble.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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You are right YoYo.<br>If they found out that MrsJC even has a Mac they will exspell her from school or force her to sit infront of a rapid blinking lite to brainwasher her the same lite used in IT courses. <br><br>
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