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Computing would be a better place if . . .

master2b (192865) writes | more than 11 years ago

Technology 0

Apple would release Mac OSX on tightly integrated x86 hardware

Xbox shipped with Xbox Media Player preinstalled with a 200G harddrive

-trust people first. prosecute them after they commit the crime.

Apple would release Mac OSX on tightly integrated x86 hardware

Xbox shipped with Xbox Media Player preinstalled with a 200G harddrive

-trust people first. prosecute them after they commit the crime.

Freevo Mythtv were presold on boxes as robust as tivo decks
(shoot why not have a proper encoder card and the whole jalopy on the xbox)

-no monthly fee.

sun would opensource java

-lets see what the dealy is yo.

microsoft opensourced the .net platform and created runtime/sdks for linux/mac OSX

-bring it. Lets see java and it go toe to toe!

microsoft created open standards based doc formats for office

-let the competition come and beat them fairly.
-this one and the above and your karmic slug balance will be cleansed :-)

RIAA/MPAA supported open media standards and provided a robust itunes like store

-people want to do the friggin right thing here you idiots!!!
-remove our chastity belts for cryin out loud . . . we don't want to have to go to the P2P brothels .

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