Exerpts from a CNN story:<br><br>Gates, as is his custom, opened his keynote address Wednesday evening with a humorous montage, which at one point compared the first PC, the 1970s-era Altair, to Apple Computer Inc.'s iMac.<br><br>Later in the story, this:<br><br>...His remarks came a day after Apple introduced two new programs that compete with already dominant software offerings from Microsoft. <br><br>One of those new Apple offerings, called Keynote, is positioned to compete with Microsoft's PowerPoint, while a Web browser called Safari could replace Microsoft's Internet Explorer for Mac users. <br><br>"I doubt what they've done is as rich as PowerPoint," said Gates, who added he had not seen Apple's program.<br><br><br><br><br>Visit Me At My .Mac Site
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That's a good question, i think the best explanation would be boredom! <br><br><br>[color:red]All hail the all mighty TAB!</font color=red><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by greenme1 on 01/09/03 10:19 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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