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* [[How to keep Netscape from sabotaging our protocol extensions]] (Exhibit plex0_5716)
* [[How to keep Netscape from sabotaging our protocol extensions]] (Exhibit plex0_5716)
* [[Microsoft and the quasi-partner]] (Exhibit PLEX0_5705)
* [[Microsoft and the quasi-partner]] (Exhibit PLEX0_5705)
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MS: the Office club ..
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From: Don Bradford
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Sent: Friday, February 13, 1998 7:35 AM
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To: Ben Waldman
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Cc: Bill Gates; Paul MAritz; David Cole; Dave Reed; Charles Fitzgearld; Jon DeVaan
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Subject: RE: Java on Macintosh/IE Control
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ISL is something Apple seems to really want to jumpstart their protocol work and act as an integrated point for their new key chain stuff. It could really help Netscape, so I've only been willing to talk about in the context of IE as the exclusive browser. [They could ship Netscape on secondary media]
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From: Ben Waldman
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Sent: Friday, February 13, 1998 1:02 AM
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To: Don Bradford
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Cc: Bill Gates; Paul Maritz; David Cole; Dave Reed; Charles Fitzgearld; Jon DeVaan
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Subject: RE: Java on Macintosh/IE Control
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RE IE -
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Sounds like we will give them the HTML control for nothing except making IE the "standard browser for Apple". I think they should be doing this anyway. Though the language of the agreement uses the word "encourage" I think the spirit is that Apple should be using it everywhere, and if they don't do it, then we can use Office as a club. So I guess I'm saying that I don't think we should give them the HTML control unless they make IE the exclusive browser (and not need to bargain with ISL).
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http://edge-op.org/iowa/www.iowaconsumercase.org/122106/PLEX0_2844.pdf

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MS: the Office club ..


From: Don Bradford Sent: Friday, February 13, 1998 7:35 AM To: Ben Waldman

Cc: Bill Gates; Paul MAritz; David Cole; Dave Reed; Charles Fitzgearld; Jon DeVaan

Subject: RE: Java on Macintosh/IE Control


ISL is something Apple seems to really want to jumpstart their protocol work and act as an integrated point for their new key chain stuff. It could really help Netscape, so I've only been willing to talk about in the context of IE as the exclusive browser. [They could ship Netscape on secondary media]

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From: Ben Waldman Sent: Friday, February 13, 1998 1:02 AM To: Don Bradford

Cc: Bill Gates; Paul Maritz; David Cole; Dave Reed; Charles Fitzgearld; Jon DeVaan

Subject: RE: Java on Macintosh/IE Control

RE IE -

Sounds like we will give them the HTML control for nothing except making IE the "standard browser for Apple". I think they should be doing this anyway. Though the language of the agreement uses the word "encourage" I think the spirit is that Apple should be using it everywhere, and if they don't do it, then we can use Office as a club. So I guess I'm saying that I don't think we should give them the HTML control unless they make IE the exclusive browser (and not need to bargain with ISL).

http://edge-op.org/iowa/www.iowaconsumercase.org/122106/PLEX0_2844.pdf

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