After three decades as the heart and soul of Microsoft, Bill Gates calls it quits.
Doug offers his suggestions for the perfect Web browser.
Do we rely on our electronic counterparts too much?
Politics pervades all things, including technology.
If they are trying to compete with Microsoft, we wouldn't know.
Doug discovers that it's Redmond's readers who really know how to bring on the funny.
Gates and crew's new direction in offering Microsoft's products as Web services is being met with more confusion than mandate by the industry.
Can Google -- or some other company -- change the world of computing?
Doug Barney poses the question to Microsoft developers: Is bigger better?
Doug Barney is fed up with spyware, and is determined that something must be done about it infiltrating our computers.
Microsoft should keep shooting for the stars, even if it only reaches a few.
Microsoft's desktop monopoly may not last forever, at least not for <i>Redmond</i>'s editor in chief.
Can CIOs really be the all-knowing technology gurus we want them to be?
Doug talks about this month's cover story, "The Microsoft Survey," and how Microsoft should interpret our readers' opinions.
Will public policy make a difference in virus attacks and spyware infiltration?