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Let's see what the sweet, kind, new Microsoft that everyone loves is up to. Ah yes, forcing more Office home users into annual subscriptions

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You're not serious, now are you? Really? </scoffs>

Then again, you have to commend Microsoft for living up to expectations. Saw the excellent program yesterday on the Beeb on the rise and fall of Nokia, which if you think about it, showed similar, by now common practice business dynamics. Loved it when the developer of the keyless, touch screen, swipe-able, full internet access phone (no, that was not an Apple invention ;) pointed out in dry Finnish fashion that he was so frustrated with the presentation of the "revolutionary iPhone" that he threw his model against the wall. And that his "charge every 2 weeks" model still worked. But by now nobody has a problem with charging every day and spending wads of money if your precious falls. Shows you that "people" are sheep, just waiting to swallow the BS you feed them. And MS is doing nothing more than "utilising their opportunities" because they "take service to their customers very seriously"...

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