__/ [John Bailo] on Saturday 05 November 2005 08:14 \__
> Freeride wrote:
>>>LONDON - Software giant Microsoft Corp. said Friday it has signed a deal
>>>to scan and put online 100,000 books from the British Library.
>> What a innovative idea! Wonder where M$ came up with this idea?
Other Microsoft initiatives that should be attributed to Google:
- Interactive maps
- Backlinks-based Web search
- Personalised pages / portaldom / minimalist light-weight pages
I am abstaining from mentioning Netscape/Firefox, Apple and the others. A
company founded 1998 is enough to support an hypothesis.
> (REUTERS) Nov 4, 2005
> LAGOS - Software giant Microsoft Corp. said that employees would be writing
> over 100,000 satiric posts in COLA (comp.os.linux.advocacy), other
> newsgroups and in blog replies worldwide, making fun of its propensity to
> imitate any action of any person or organization at any time, anywhere.
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