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[News] [Rival] In World Where People Think, Nobody Uses Windows

  • Subject: [News] [Rival] In World Where People Think, Nobody Uses Windows
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 23:56:54 +0000
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Journalists Cover Microsoft, Using Macs


Microsoft shareholders meeting â âyou all look like a buffoonâ

,----[ Quote ]
| I donât really think this shareholders comment 
| will come as a surprise to anyone.
|     All four of my kids in undergraduate got 
|     Macs. When they went on to graduate 
|     school, they all got Macs. They claim that 
|     65 percent of college students have Macs. 
|     They claim that Microsoft, the evil 
|     empire, is stodgy on the current ad that 
|     Apple has, you all look like a buffoon.
| If Microsoft are not aware of the stiff 
| competition it appears in my opinion that 
| atleast its shareholders are:
|     Just a really short question. Iâm a rather 
|     new shareholder and I would like to know 
|     why Microsoft canât beat, together with 
|     Nokia, Apple iPhone, and Googleâs Android. 
|     What are you going to do about it?



McGinn ushers in an âopen sourceâ transition

,----[ Quote ]
| Licataâs observation is a reemphasis of
| what McGinn has been articulating
| throughout his campaign for Seattle mayor.
| McGinn calls the period of time between now
| and Jan. 4, when he is sworn in, as an
| âopen sourceâ transition.


Seattle's new mayor is a Mac

,----[ Quote ]
| Staffers for Mike McGinn, Seattle's mayor-
| elect, have asked the city's technology
| department to explore the possibility of
| switching the mayor's office from Windows PCs
| to Macs to let them stick with the technology
| they've been using, according to a post by Eli
| Sanders of the Stranger.

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