Not photography or transport/planning - that's done elsewhere. Other stuff
I'm no Microsoft fan-boy, I run Linux on my home machine, but I think this ruling is a bit stupid. Microsoft is getting in trouble for essentially bundling Windows Media Player with its Windows OS. Why is that such a bad thing? Doesn't Mac ship with iTunes?I mean, Windows ships will all kinds of software (not all of it critical to the operation of the computer or OS) - it comes with a calculator, internet browser, card games, etc. Why does Windows Media Player violate anti-trust?I'm much more concerned with Media Concentration than I am of Microsoft's dominance. Maybe its because Microsoft is essentially run by nerds and I have more faith in nerds than I do in the people who run the CanWest editorial board.
Microsoft needs to be cut down to size. They have been trying to control everyone's PC for far too long, and Apple is too much of a small niche player to make any difference.See yesterday's Tyee for recent item on media concentration.
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