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WinInfo Short Takes: Week of November 21 Commented on: 9 years ago (November 18, 2005) Jobs is an idiot. He is just pretending to save us peons from the evil record companies (well, they are truly evil) for PR reasons. He will soon learn how much clout the media industry has. They...
Windows AntiSpyware Becomes Windows Defender Commented on: 9 years ago (November 9, 2005) Ha ha ha. If he knew better he would have held-out and have been bought-out. Sucker born every minute!
Analysis: Microsoft Internal Memos Highlight Google Scare, Leadership Gap Commented on: 9 years ago (November 9, 2005) If anything good comes from the “services” wave/threat, maybe Bill will quit hiding behind his henchmen and deliver some enthusiasm to his developer camp. They clearly need it.
WinInfo Short Takes: Week of November 7 Commented on: 9 years ago (November 7, 2005) LostUser: Ha ha ha, TRaSh80 – that’s a blast from the past! WE must be the same vintage… :D
Special Report: Microsoft Goes Soft in Move to Internet Services - 02 Nov 2005 Commented on: 9 years ago (November 3, 2005) You can’t blame them for diving head first into web services. The hype that stupid Google is generating for themselves is enough to creep out the giant. At least they are trying to get some...
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