The Education Show is an annual UK event for schools and colleges. To coincide with it, MESH Computers and Dennis Publishing commissioned me to produce a mini-magazine introducing Windows 7 to education buyers, generously supported by AMD. I wrote most of the copy for the 20pp edition as well as designing the layouts and cover.
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Microsoft has weighed in to the Google Books debate, filing a brief in its capacity as a publisher (of books, not software) in the class action suit that seeks to give Google the right to digitise every book in America. It wants the case thrown out, and it’s right.
Mac versus PC. Apple versus Microsoft. Mac OS versus Windows. It’s a conflict that’s been raging since personal computing began – sometimes as a heated battle, sometimes as a cold war. But what are the origins of the rivalry? And for ‘IBM-compatible’ PC users, has Apple’s existence been useful competition, spurring on other computer makers [...]
The coffee shop, late afternoon. JERRY: It’s Vista, isn’t it? GEORGE: Jerry, how many times? It is not Vista. I would tell you if it was Vista. It is not Vista. KRAMER: Because, Jerry, you don’t wanna take this deal advertising an operating system that’s already been on sale, what, a year and a half, and nobody cares. Brrr. continue