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RE: Moderately improved map of Microsoft tying evidence
I read your message twice, carefully.
Here is what I learned:
a) you threatened me
b) you have nothing whatsoever to say in refutation of my comments, but
they annoy you so you responded with rudeness. As if that will prove
that you are right.
c) you added heat but no light to the discussion
David E. Y. Sarna email@example.com
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dave Sieber [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Sunday, November 09, 1997 11:31 PM
> To: David E. Y. Sarna
> Cc: Nader - Microsoft List
> Subject: Re: Moderately improved map of Microsoft tying evidence
> David E. Y. Sarna wrote:
> > 1. You may delete IE or anything else that you like.
> > 2. Making software work and install takes work and money. Microsoft
> > developed a product call IE. It contains ActiveX components. When
> > install IE, these are correctly installed, also, and can be used
> > separately (by others).
> > 3. Although someone (perhaps you) could write components that are
> > stand-alone and do the same job, and perhaps you could find people
> > would want to buy them that way, the designers of Visual Studio
> chose to
> > rely on components already available in IE. If you don't have IE on
> > your system, it tells you, and installs IE at no charge. There never
> > any problem. Just admit it, instead of spilling so many words, say
> > "you're right, there's nothing at all wrong with that. It's other
> > about Microsoft that I don't like" Then we can take this non-issue
> > the table.
> Excuse me, Mr. Sarna, but I will make up my own mind about what I
> is right or wrong, thank you. Don't ever try that again.
> If you find yourself able to provide any form of concrete evidence
> whatsoever for your personal opinions or desires on technical matters,
> we will be more than happy to review them. In the meantime, I would
> suggest that you speak only on matters of which you have knowledge.
> Dave Sieber