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>After all, the worst thing that could happen to Microsoft would be the demise
of Apple. They
> wouldn't have any place left to steal good ideas from. (Can anyone name a
single thing MS
>invented?). . .
Why reinvent the wheel? The problem seems to be that Apple has a lot of good
ideas, but can't do anything with them. Perhaps they should just sell their
ideas to Microsoft up front. That way, they could make some money and save some