Microstiff - Microsoft Outings of the Third Kind

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Microstiff - A New Level of Microsoft Awareness

I have been following this dude for a couple of weeks now and, even though he's very pro-Apple, he's a prolific writer of truths of all shapes and sizes. And so, for Softies and Softie-files alike, I introduce -or reintroduce - you to him because...along with Joe Wilcox, he's good; he's real good.

He's somewhat long winded but, he spins a convincing tale. As a writer, I am amazed at his level of understanding of his subject matter and, like Joe Wilcox, I wonder where he gets the "time" to write all of this and write it so well.

Give him a try because...he's raised my level of understanding of just how deep-seated the culture of evil just may be at your beloved company with this Sunday afternoon article. Should you wade through it...you WILL be enlightened! Nuff said.

Microstiff



Mini-Microsoft: Stirring the Microsoft Comment Pot on a Rainy Weekend
Mini-Microsoft: There's Ray! Plus: Plenty of Room For More Brains at Microsoft.
Mini-Microsoft: Quest for Happiness
Mini-Microsoft: Stop Him Before He Speaks Again!



Subscribe in a reader

Subscribe to Microstiff - Microsoft Outings of the Third Kind by Email

2 Comments:

  • I'm not sure I'm going to put much stock in someone who quotes T.P. Jackson without pointing out he screwed up the case big time. But as far as patents go, yeah, patents in the hands of bankrucy (bankruptcy? Bankrup, oh, where is that Live Writer spellcheck plugin when I need it?) receivers are dangerous. Two companies who actually make stuff, like MS and AAPL, don't go after each other very hard, because they're probably both infinging on each other (too many patents granted, you can't bang your head on a keyboard without infinging on something). But companies that don't have to worry about a countersuit, because they don't make anything (Eolas, anyone?) are just looking to scam money.

    So, how does protecting themselves against that make MSFT evil? I mean, I'm fed up with managemeent and everything, but no sense making mountains out of molehills when you have the entire Cascade range...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Monday, March 12, 2007 9:51:00 PM  

  • "So, how does protecting themselves against that make MSFT evil? I mean, I'm fed up with managemeent and everything, but no sense making mountains out of molehills when you have the entire Cascade range... "

    You missed the "bigger" point which was that MSFT, in order to escape a groundswell of monopoly litigation, essentially "feigned" a big brother/little brother relationship with Apple including a $150 million allowance. If that kind of corporate deceit isn't evil...then I don't know what is!

    By Blogger Microstiff, at Tuesday, March 13, 2007 6:48:00 AM  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home