Sorry for highjacking the thread...
It always has been Microsoft's favourite strategy, playing tambourine man at school's gates to ensure future's generations addiction.
Teachers are more or less collaborating mainly to avoid having to learn something new, (I've had an argument last year with primary teachers who did not wanted old machines to be rebuilt with Linnux Mint)
It is unfair to the children who are taught the one way Microsoft road and are not given the money to buy the software licenses.
Don’t give a man a fish. Teach him how to fish instead.
If thought 20 years back, we would not be writing today about: [ILUG] Re: Evolution and Exchange
On 8 Jul 2011, at 15:21, Pádraig Brady wrote:
> Microsoft are currently forcefully pushing their stuff to students:
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