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____/ JEDIDIAH on Monday 02 February 2009 15:13 : \____
> On 2009-02-02, DFS <nospam@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Terry Porter wrote:
>> You mad that XP took most of Linux's netbook market share in just a year?
> Someone else debunked this idea with a nice graph.
> Progress is still progress, even if it's 5 steps ahead and 2 back.
The price of Windows was dropped next to $0, OEMs were pressures (maybe
illegally) and Microsoft's revenue sank like a stone.
GNU/Linux hurts Microsoft a lot. It leads Microsoft to behaving more like a
criminal and also losing a lot of money.
>> You mad there's not much of a future for Linux on netbooks?
How much future is there for a Microsoft with money in the bank? It's possibly
in debt already.
Keep it up, Terry. You hit the Munchkins in the right spot.
~~ Best of wishes
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