Post dated 2002-07-12 00:00:00

Friday, 12 July, 2002



TGIF.

from http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,3959,368868,00.asp:

“Microsoft Readying ‘Avalon’ Framework for Longhorn
By Mary Jo Foley, Microsoft Watch

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates has promised for years how Windows will allow consumers to access “information at your fingertips.”

With Longhorn, the next version of Windows due out in 2005, the company will take its first serious stab at delivering on Gates’ vision. ”

Where do these journalists get off? IAYFT was a decade ago, a lame promise come and gone unfulfilled, up there with “user friendly.” It was followed by equally unmet though less memorable phrases. What a crock.

Harvey Reid, a local guitarist of great talent, explains what ASCAP and BMI are here.

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