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____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Wednesday 29 October 2008 19:22 : \____
> After takin' a swig o' grog, nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx belched out
> this bit o' wisdom:
>> Microsoft ...will be offering ?lightweight? versions of Office
>> applications... Users will be able to read and edit documents from the
>> browser....Microsoft will ... be copying the Google approach .
>> <le snippe!>
>> So?free Office from Microsoft, and one less desktop application. For
>> most users this will be more than enough to make the expensive,
>> downloaded version irrelevant.
> One notes that they use Silverlight, but fall back to AJax. Let's hope the
> functionality survives in browsers and operating systems other than Windows.
Why? You think of using that bastard? Any IT department which requires access
to Microsoft Lockloud needs a head check. Its head are too deep in the cloud.
~~ Best of wishes
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