<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>owa's counsel also presented evidence designed to show that an ostensibly charitable program from Microsoft for developing countries and schools was actually designed to ensure that Windows remained preinstalled on PCs to discourage competition from the open-source Linux operating system.<br><br>The so-called Education Government Incentive (or Edgi) program, appears "to be based on Microsoft generosity, but in fact the program is intended only for use where Linux is a threat," according to Roxanne Conlin, co-counsel for Iowa.<p><hr></blockquote><p><br>Do tell!<br><br>____________________________________________________<br>Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive,<br>But to be young was very heaven!
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The giving that the Gates do outside of MS is indeed charitable and philanthropic — and I believe sincere. What the corporation does is all about marketing. Period. And I will say the same about Apple, and any other corporation.<br><br>
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