WorldNetDaily: Breaking Up with Bill
Oct 20, 2003, 22:00 (30 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Vox Day)
[ Thanks to J. Kelley Jernigan
for this link. ]
"I was working at a computer graphics company when Windows 3.0
was released. We'd seen all of the previous versions, which were
ugly, hard-to-use jokes, but I can still remember after we fired up
3.0 for the first time, a few of us looked at each other and nodded
as we realized that Microsoft had finally done just enough to give
DOS-heads a reason to migrate to a graphical user interface.
"I'd already abandoned the MacOS by then, since great games like
Wing Commander and the Ultima series required DOS VGA. And I've
obediently upgraded Windows in step with the masses, from 3.11 to
95, 98 and finally, 2000. But no more..."