__/ [Roy Culley] on Saturday 03 December 2005 06:55 \__
> On BBC World they just had a short piece on the latest Firefox
> release. They mentioned how it was gaining ground on MS's IE and that
> one of the new features was easier Firefox upgrades for Windows users.
> As MS can't even be bothered to produce a patch for the recent
> critical IE exploit (MS were informed of the security vulnerability in
> May) the more alternatives to security deficient MS apps are promoted
> the better.
> Of course the obvious solution is to drop MS entirely and use Linux,
> *bsd's or even Mac OS X.
Did the Beeb bother to mention anything along the lines of paragraphs 2 and
3? Or is it like the Gartner Group? First they advise people to avoid Vista
and about 2 weeks later they officially retract the statement due to...
uhhh... pressure? Exchange of money under the table?
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