I don't know if this is true, but someone on linuxnewbie.org said that the frontpage 2000 eula says that you may not use front page 2000 to create (& possibly) to view media that is a defimation of M$ux.
WOW - As if it wasn't bad enough that oem's are forced to sell m$ apps(is this still the case?) now m$ are trying to dictate how and in what way we use products we pay for(wether we like it or not) - how mad is that?
If you think that is bad, wait until they try putting in the EULA for
office, that documents created within Microsoft products can only be
viewed on a Microsoft OS or using a Microsoft product. May seem crazy
now, but it wouldn't surprise me if Linux took off on the desktop.
Speaking of desktops, has anyone tried the latest release of evolution?
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