__/ [ John A. Bailo ] on Thursday 03 August 2006 17:25 \__
> Oliver Wong wrote:
>> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> Mozilla reaches 15% of browser market
>>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>> | Mozilla developer and community coordinator, Asa Dotzler, said, "At
>>> | Mozilla, we've developed a much better system for measuring users than
>>> | what we had when the [download] counter launched back in the Firefox
>>> | 1.0 days.
>>> | One of the things I'd like to see us do is to transition away fromc
>>> | ounting download clicks and build tools that let us celebrate our very
>>> | real and swiftly growing user base."
>> I'd wish they'd say what that "much better system" was.
>> - Oliver
> Microsoft should just bundle Firefox with XP SP3 (nee Vista).
Never. Microsoft is well aware of the fact that users should be 'zombified'
to the point where mail=Outlook, code=Visual Studio, documents=Word and
Internet=Blue E. This facilitates a world where Exchange/Outlook
combinations are assumed and without some licences, no-one is able to
communicate in the enterprise. To use another example, how many people are
being sent proprietary Office files? It's all a trap. Microsoft wants not
only to be Big Brother. It wants to be Daddy. And daddy gives no sugar. He
only takes it.