Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Microsoft's Midlife Crisis - Forbes.com

"'Microsoft has become what it used to mock,' says Gabe Newell, a developer on the first three versions of Windows. At late-night rounds of poker with 'Bill and Steve' in the mid-1980s, he says, 'we laughed at IBM. They had all this process for monitoring productivity, and yet we knew they had spectacularly bad productivity. That's Microsoft now.' "

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