PS. The comments are also entertaining. Mostly they are pingbacks, but down near the bottom (at the moment) on Sunday, December 16, 2007 2:25 AM by Daniel P, there is this:
I find this really irritating. I don’t like to resort to petty names and dememeaning insults, but, you bunch of caterwauling babies; deal with it. Do not ask for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for XP. It’s not a question of if, it’s only a matter of when. Microsoft may have granted XP a stay of execution and even agreed to allow OEM licensure to continue, but XP’s days are numbered.
At the end Daniel P summarizes his entire comment with “…get a grip.” I agree, Daniel. Do that.
Also, Microsoft is the name of the *company* you are referring to, not the companies, and so you should say Microsoft is not Microsoft are. Again, Word should probably underline that in green for you this time, which signifies your lack of basic grammar to compliment you fantastic vernacular. I’m using the word fantastic to mean “make believe” not “good” in this case.
I didn’t realize that people still flamed others on blog postings over inconsequential grammar mistakes. I guess I was wrong.
I need to surf more Microsoft vs. Apple boards because I’m obviously out of touch with the war.