Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 7th Oct 2005 00:12 UTC
Windows As part of its monthly patching cycle, Microsoft on Tuesday plans to release eight security alerts for flaws in the Windows operating system. They also plan to release by year's end an initial test version of a new product to protect business desktops, laptops and file servers against malicious code attacks. "Unofficial" preview of XP SP3 pack includes log-on improvements and network fixes for Windows XP PCs. Elsewhere, on Wednesday, Neil Barrett was named trustee in the European Commission's antitrust case against Microsoft.
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RE[3]: Education is the key
by dylansmrjones on Fri 7th Oct 2005 15:11 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Education is the key"
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I wonder which part sounded like socialism?

I'm a libertarian and since IT is a part of education in schools (from 3rd grade) they might as well learn something useful rather than become educated to be another MS customer.

Education is about knowledge, so you can figure out the truth yourself.

So they shouldn't use proprietary products in schools, at the very least not in public schools.

Anyway, it'd be cheaper for the taxpayers meaning lower taxes so I'm all for it ;)

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