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> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> MSFT's analysis of security
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>> | If we are to look at any software product's development methodology
>> | (open source or closed source), every study (see David Wheeler's page),
>> | shows that by being open, you are assured that if there are
>> | vulnerabilities and defects, IT WILL BE FOUND AND FIXED. Earlier last
>> | month, an eight-year-old vulnerability in the Linux kernel was
>> | discovered and fixed. Try that for ANY MSFT product. I am not
>> | begrudging their business model. What I am begrudging is the smooth
>> | "lies" that they constantly put out - including the cleverly crafted
>> | report referenced above.
>> | Nevermind the past. Let's move forward and look at what is looming on
>> | the horizon. Vista will be dead soon
> May be micoshaft with it as well:
> Google share trading bigger than Micoshaft Corporation
> Average $1.6 billion worth of shares trade in Google every day.
> Micoshaft just around $1.5 billion.
> What happened?
> Is this the end of micoshaft?
> There is no hope for micoshaft to catch Google with share trading volume.
> Micoshaft will crumble.
> In terms of trading volume and popularity, google is bigger and more popular
> with millionairs, banks and trading houses.
Microsoft has layoffs, cancelled events, sharply-declining profits and the Ramji
"Geisha"-style PR has just jumped ship, like Taylor and Hilf.
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