John Bokma wrote:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>> Can they spare it? MSN is trying to lure you to use their search site
>>> with a renewable free 2 hour pass to Encarta. Sort of. Limitations
>>> apply as the announcer says in a really fast voice:
>> What's next? Outlook won't open until you run 10 searches on MSN? A
>> search bar near your taskbar? One that any newbie would use? Trust me,
>> it'll happen...
> Messenger 7.0 beta comes with a Search. Guess which SE it uses.
> Next? Trillian underlines certain words in a chat, you can look them up in
> a wiki. MS might do something similar but linking to MSN. Wouldn't amaze
> If I was MS, I would change the name of the SE by the way. I MSNed it
> doesn't sound right :-D. (What did you do with your computer? I MSed it up
> :-D )
When you control the desktop, you control everything. The question is: will
the breakage into M¥¢ro$o£t and M$N (was that around 1998?) come into force
in? They already set M$N as your homepage in IE. So what kind of separation
is that? The courts are a toothless tiger.