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Re: "Infinite Defects"
On Mon, 17 Nov 1997, Luc-Etienne Brachotte wrote:
> 2) M$ is one of the only company to sell the product, even if it not yet
> stabilized ! If you buy a M$ product you must always remember
I'm wary of such sweeping statements. I bet you many companies ship
Nevertheless, if they gain a monopoly, there's less incentive for
them to fix it and no alternatives for the consumer to turn to if
they get tired of rebooting NT servers.
PS: A Frenchman and a South African engaged in heavy debate on a list
related to USA antitrust laws... seems out of place.
I wish Janet Reno et co would realise this is not a purely domestic
issue, but it has impact on the USA's foreign policy and foreign
relations. MS's monopolistic practices are played out on the world
stage. Also, the Internet is already a global communications network,
so US policy (i.e. encryption) and the behaviour of US companies has
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