__/ [ Robert Newson ] on Tuesday 25 April 2006 22:49 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | Microsoft has played down a feature in open source rival OpenOffice.org
>> | that removes some password protection on Office applications.
>> | [...]
>> | John McCreesh, marketing project co-lead for OpenOffice.org, said that
>> | the removal of protection passwords from Excel files was a feature of
>> | Calc, not a bug.
> Feature:- Bug as described by the marketing Department
>  An Apple ][ manual glossary definition
Gates /et al./ were always able to sell the computer with CTRL+ALT+Delete,
which of course was a feature.
"I may have invented Control-Alt-Delete, but Bill [Gates] made it famous"
Could BSoD also be called a feature? Call in the spin doctors.
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