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they could just give it to me.
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Endersothergame:@ FlyinBrian... Surely they won't have you believe that Vista can be topped, and by a mere 45B? However I agree, Yahoo as a side purchase now is a bit of playing catch up or trying to win the race when its already over, take your pick
Of course not but thats 45b they could use toward development. But thats a personal choice. The whole advertising/search engine thing seems like a fat hot air balloon waiting to explode in someones face.
Well the way that I look at it Microsofts web stuff and yahoo both suck! So what do you get when you combine crap with crap, a big pile.
I agree that Microsoft should focus more on its OS then trying to be the King of everything. You would think that Bill Gates would have learned from Napoleon and Hitlers mistakes, and not try to fight wars on all fronts. It never works!
Look at Google. They focused on a really great search engine, and then with there spare time started other projects. Some work out, and some don't. I mean Gmail came out how many years after hotmail and yahoo mail. They focused on there main buisness first, and it worked. Microsft has its self so strectched out and its showing. All there stuff sucks. OK well there are a few things they get right, but still.
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