Should Microsoft Compete or Cooperate?
(February 11, 2009)
Operating systems are becoming increasingly irrelevant for end users, anyway. We are only a few years away from the netbook-as-appliance, be it a *nix, Microsoft, or other. Go to a college campus -...
Microsoft's Been Swift-Boated. Now What? - 24 Jun 2008
(June 24, 2008)
Replace the words "Microsoft" with "IBM"-
Replace the words "Apple" with "Microsoft"-
You could be writing about Microsoft and its takeover from IBM back in the early 80's.
In working at college...
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