Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 19th Jun 2007 22:05 UTC
In the News Pocket Informant is one of the most successful PDA applications ever. However, it has not been immune to software piracy. The CEO of WebIS posted an open letter explaining how software piracy is hurting the industry, but also the consumer too and especially small software houses like his.
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RE[4]: Reason for piracy
by csousa on Wed 20th Jun 2007 08:19 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Reason for piracy"
csousa
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2006-02-04

What do you think if you buy a new car that break in every trip you make ? You think "Oh no my car is good...it breaks only because it tries to keep compatibility with the roads and drivers of all world!".

When Mr Gates sell me Windows Vista and say "You can work with AutoCAD 2006 in it, sure you can!!!" and in one day I have 5 reboots to face errors I can reply "You sell me a crap, give my money back".I don't what one operating system that "tries to keep compatibility" with the world - this is naif, and you know it

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