Microsoft has always been about sales, marketing and, uh, "dealing with"
its competition. It has rarely been on the cutting edge of much of anything
-- nor has it needed to be. And Redmond's not hurting financially now. So Gates
didn't set the world on fire in one of his big farewell appearances. So what?
He can still play big-money whip-out with just about anybody on the planet,
and, fortunately for much of the world, he's doing a lot of good with his money.
Posted by Lee Pender on 01/08/2008 at 1:21 PM
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