Opinion from CNET.

From CNET's weekly newsletter:

"Almost every PC user agrees that Microsoft needs to implement
major improvements to the Windows desktop, but when talented
developers are creating great software to fill the gaps, we don't
need Microsoft."

The bad news is, that CNET have dropped their Linux section.

Doug. 
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Doug Laidlaw wrote:

> "Almost every PC user agrees that Microsoft needs to implement

.... i like this one:

"The company (m$) on Thursday confirmed that it had received a 
 proposed class-action lawsuit targeting Windows' vulnerability 
 to computer viruses, which could trigger "massive cascading 
 failures" in global computer networks."

http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,4149,1306813,00.asp
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