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Well, they might, they make pretty good money when they launch a service pack, we should start a pool to see how long will vista last without a S.P., I would say 6 months...
Anyone who have ever used a Linux desktop and now Vista can see that MS didn't have any original ideas, except for that search engine, and worst, using the google gadget idea, was just... uhhh...
and now Google, but I don't think google will fail to compete with MS, they are even putting their own office on the market for 50$ per computer...
Well I will let you guys take your own conclusions about the MS.
The new resource is still small (only about 3200 articles, many weak and with gaps in coverage such as having an entry for mathematical "crisp sets" but not for "sets"), and understandably endorses religious and conservative points of view. But the encyclopedia also undercuts the search for knowledge with statements such as "But historical facts, or their absence, are irrelevant since we all know He existed. Historical sources and scientific facts are unnecessary," in the entry for Jesus (http://www.conservapedia.com/Christ), and bizarre anti-science entries (http://scienceblogs.com/goodmath/2007/02/conserv
More also from the Globe and Mail. If this endeavour is successful, maybe we will see the larger music labels jumping on board."