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Tag Archives: Microsoft
One of my predictions from the past came true, but I didn’t recognize it at the time. I suggested that Microsoft would jump the shark, and they did. It was the one-two punch of Windows 8 and Windows 10. I … Continue reading
I can’t point to any articles for this one; the issue is too subtle for that. Then again, maybe you’ve already seen it for yourself. I’ve often said that Biblical Law supports decentralization. More to the point, God blesses efforts … Continue reading
If you took the time to read that long MintPress report linked in yesterday’s post, you may still be struggling to absorb the whole thing. I wouldn’t blame you. Had I not already brushed up against some of this, I’m … Continue reading
Just a reminder that Microsoft is no better than the others, and has been at it longer than most of Big Tech. The story is that MS is back to their old tricks of buying out smaller outfits and either … Continue reading
It won’t do to call Microsoft “evil” when the real problem is the system itself. Perhaps you are aware of a website called “Github.” It’s a collection of software repositories, mostly Open Source, that is offered as a free service … Continue reading
Just to clarify past grumbling here, I’m not likely to engage in political violence. I still believe a civil war has already started here in the US, but I have no interest in supporting either side directly. The only way … Continue reading