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  1. A good tactic to tie java developers to windows
  2. A unique competitive advantage by controlling API, apps and systems
  3. Acer
  4. Aclu
  5. Adobe
  6. Allchin: make sure DR-DOS has problems in the future
  7. Amazon
  8. Amstrad MS License Agreement
  9. Analysing the Mac to innovate Windows
  10. Android
  11. Antitrust
  12. Apache
  13. Apple - Dead Divisions or Products
  14. Apple Helping Microsoft
  15. Arabic
  16. Arch Linux
  17. Articles About Microsoft
  18. Articles About Microsoft - Part 1
  19. Articles About Microsoft - Part 2
  20. Articles About Microsoft - Part 3
  21. Articles About Microsoft - Part 4
  22. Articles About Microsoft - Part 5
  23. Association for Competitive Technology
  24. Athena and shell extension
  25. Avadis Tevanian to Bill Gates: IE4 disables Quicktime
  26. Avoid producing lowest common denominator product
  27. Azure Reality Log
  28. BBC
  29. BECTA
  30. Bad Microsoft tag may have affected prospective business partners
  31. Best Buy
  32. Bill Gates: An ISV that writes to COR is just f*cked
  33. Bill Gates: I am hardcore on not supporting Suns Java
  34. Bill Gates: OS/2 the next standard in personal computing
  35. Bill Gates: The "inetarnet" will destroy our power
  36. Bill Gates: an ISV that writes to COR is just f*cked
  37. Bill Gates: don't underestimate an OPEN Internet
  38. Bill Gates: how Intel screwed us
  39. Bill Gates makes Apple an offer they can't refuse
  40. Bill Gates on Microsoft collaboration - Extend IE
  41. Bill Gates on how to cause a Java schism
  42. Bill Gates on making IE and ISS work better together
  43. Bill Gates on the JAVA crisis
  44. Bill Gates to Micrografx: get reasonable
  45. Bill Hilf
  46. Bing Reality Log
  47. Blackberry
  48. Blasted for APIs document
  49. Brad Silverberg
  50. Brad Silverberg: winning the Internet platform battle

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