If one user's data is compromised however, the system is still OK, and other users' data too.
Who else would be having data on a single user system (aka most people's desktops)?
Also, there is a covenant not to sue if that's your concern. http://www.microsoft.com/interop/msnovellcollab/moonlight.mspx
Which means all of nothing to anyone not using a novell distro (aka probably most home users).
One need only transpose Apple's arguments to the world of automobiles to recognize their absurdity. Sure, GM might tell us that, for our own safety, all servicing should be done by an authorized GM dealer using only genuine GM parts. Toyota might say that swapping your engine could reduce the reliability of your car. And Mazda could say that those who throw a supercharger on their Miatas frequently exceed the legal speed limit.
Right, cause kids at the mall would really hate being stuck at the store with rock band up on the projector while their moms buy shoes.
There are already stores like that at the mall. It's called EBGames/Gamestop and all those kids would already be hanging out there to begin with.
Ahh, the old "you must work at MS" canard. I get it.
Ben Waggoner does work at Microsoft...
Just an honest suggestion that I've seen works well in the past. Once you get the icons, it's a quick fix because you can just replace the icons in-place.
That's why you still remember to give it an alt tag
If it happens once, it's a bug. If it happens twice, it's a feature. If it happens more than twice, it's a design philosophy.