Loc: New Hampshire
http://www.cnn.com/TECH/<br><br>scroll down to the SPEAKING OUT section. <br><br>A news article defending Microsoft and how innovative they are, is about a week old, and it's now sponsored by Microsoft!<br><br>Seems like it's cheaper to sponsor old news on CNN than it is to actually make news <br><br><br>
Heh..the thing is, the guy says he is a mac user too. If he is, then he's not a very good one.<br><br>I had clicked on the link before I read the rest of your post and the first thing I noticed was the "sponsored by Microsoft" and just shook my head. <br><br><br>[color:red]Don't make me open this on you!</font color=red><br>
I should just relax and find it amusing, but instead it makes me sick. The fact that MS is sponsoring that article is outrageous. <br><br>But the last line was what really made me feel ill:<br>"I predict it (MS) will eventually become some sort of regulated utility--its monopoly accepted as a necessary evil and the price we have to pay for widespread access to inexpensive computing. "<br><br>Can you imagine if everyone had that kind of apathy?<br><br><br>
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