Notice the close-up on the clip with Bill Gates and not on Steve Jobs. Was it possible the Steve was jotting down notes as Bill was talking?? Or did Steve have a VOX-recording app running on his iphone? (lol)
I understand...Like for example, we use Lotus Notes (Web) on my job but I use an Outlook client on my desktop to save any old mail to my local folders. Although I can't get to my local folders remotely (unless I use remote desktop) I still like the
security of having my archived mail stored where I can "control" or "own" it.
You're welcome...the TMI buzzer was pretty good in the beginning..or was it a "went overboard" buzzer?
BTW- After the reading the article, I understand what Ballmer is getting at about the multiple os thing, but isn't the whole idea of "cloud-computing" allowing the web to be a major platform for future apps? I'm I wrong about his assumption?
Is Microsoft following the (micro) trend of free software???
Since spyware and malware has been on the rise over the past 8 years or so, I think it's high time for FREE intro level anti-virus/anti-spyware products to be available. Especially since there are some viruses that actually act like antivirus software (i.e.
AntiVirus 2009, Antivirus 360, etc.).