Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> A company's quality of service stretches as far as it can afford to neglect
> without losing the client. That's where competition plays a role.
Anyone? I really do think this is some sort of ongoing joke. "Roy" is an
acronym for "Robotic Online Yapping" - a script which constructs
meaningless statements with a high & mighty attitude.
> By the way, Google has adopted similar habits, but the nature of that beast
> is different because people enquire about their Web sites (fuzzy secret
> algorithms) rather than software bugs in the 'binary blobs'. This
Please. Someone translate this for me? It almost makes sense. And yet I
have no idea what he is talking about.
> of the customers is costing Google some users, but we have yet to see
No it hasn't. Google is a run away success and absolutely rules the
> suitable alternative to Google's highly-relevant results (other than
> scrapers like Scroogle).
What about your search engine Roy?
> Best wishes,
Microsoft is not the answer.
Microsoft is the question.
NO (or Linux) is the answer.
(Taken from a .signature from someone from the UK, source unknown)