Writ, FindLaw’s online magazine, published an article about lessons to be learned from the Microsoft case. If your company is suddenly brought to court by the US Justice Dep’t, you should read it as a sort of primer. It’s plenty interesting for other folks too though. I should also add that an old high school friend of mine is the Senior Editor – which is really cool.
the WORLD, man! Like, nothing’s gonna be the same, dude! Really! Heads and tails, for sure! The stock market’s going to melt down! The economy’s gonna be in a shambles. Dogs and cats – living together. Picture every molecule in your body being simultaneously vapourized and then re-constituted in a millionth of a second!
Yes, the Microsoft Decision is expected today.
that a company who manages to alienate so many people is adored by so many at the same time. The latest: Microsoft rips off ‘Digital Diva’.
makes a very good point. If MS is broken up you get 2-5 little Microsofts running around, each of which will own some killer technologies that, if anything, are under-exploited now. Imagine if a Word group wanted to push to make their underlying text engine the standard, integrated into anything and everything. Like that, x 10.
going to talk about the Microsoft decision cause it’s just too boring. But MSFT deserves what it gets. It has nothing to do with quality – it’s about denying others the ability to build quality to compete with you.