__/ [ John Bailo ] on Tuesday 02 May 2006 15:20 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Stating the obvious? I opine that the main point to get across is that,
>> _contrary to common belief_ (disinformation, steretypes), Linux is easy to
>> set up.
> Did you ever stop and think that M$ makes it hard to "setup" windows to
> encourage the sale of pre-installed systems?
That's just a conspiracy theorist's perspective. It's too lateral to make
It reminds me of the fairly sarcastic suggestions that poor security is a
mechanism for selling OneCare and Internet Explorer is a tool that keeps the
'peons' (or the 'little people') ineffective at work. Ballard would argue
the same thing in relation to 64-bit architecture, though I think it makes
perfect sense. Behind every decision, a strategy (a bigger picture) exists.
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