This week in 1957, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands got together and established the European Economic Community (and went on to dog Microsoft's business practices decades later. In 1993, Intel shipped its first batch of Pentium chips. Six years later, those same PCs were likely infiltrated by the birth of 'Melissa.' Born this week? Director Akira Kurosawa (1910) and tech journalist Walt Mossberg (1947).
On tap in this week's podcast: Microsoft rolls out System Center VMM 2008 R2 Beta, IE 8, and Commerce Server; Study Finds IE Use Has 'Stabilized'; IBM Rumored to Acquire Sun; Cisco Enters Server Market; more. Links for items mentioned in this week's audiocast:
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