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Microsoft Browsers: From Innovation to Illness

For those who accuse Microsoft of not being an innovative company, we offer Microsoft Research as an example of an argument to the contrary. The folks there are currently touting a browser that acts more like an operating system than...well, than like a browser. More details here.

And then there's the uglier, nastier side of Microsoft browsers: the now-infamous...uh, shall we say, vomit commercial for IE 8, an ad that Microsoft has pulled. We haven't actually watched the ad itself, which is included in the Wall Street Journal blog entry linked. But the description of the ad alone -- also included in the link -- is enough to make us think we don't need to see it.   

Posted by Lee Pender on July 07, 2009 at 11:55 AM


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