A really lame article (” Don’t Punish Success“), which misses most of the points in the case. Do you have a background in any of the applicable technologies? I do — and no connections of any kind to the various firms. You can argue about the law — justifiably — but not the effect of Microsoft’s behavior.
What are the firms who compete with them on the desktop? Which firms are successful offering Windows applications? Do you suspect that their absence is because firms just want to walk away from the money?
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