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  ActiveWin.com Book of the Day: Breaking Windows: How Bill Gates Fumbled the Future of Microsoft
Time: 00:00 EST/05:00 GMT | News Source: ActiveWin.com | Posted By: Robert Stein

David Bank's Breaking Windows offers a scathing inside look at the past few tumultuous years at the Microsoft Corporation. Bank, who covers the company for The Wall Street Journal, bases this well-written tale on interviews he has conducted with most major players (including Bill Gates), along with boxes of e-mails and other documents that "provided an unprecedented glimpse into strategic debates and internal decision-making processes of a company that had long restricted outside access to its insular corporate culture." Through them he shows how Microsoft, which always put software above everything--and in more recent years made Windows its number-one priority--has scrambled and squabbled as first the Internet and then the U.S. government forced major directional changes and significant internal reevaluations.

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#51 By 1845 (67.161.212.73) at 12/5/2003 2:30:13 PM
Would parker distort reality and twist a man's words to suit his own ends? Yes! Now that is dangerous!.

#52 By 1845 (67.161.212.73) at 12/5/2003 10:15:03 PM
lol, when did I excuse Howard Dean? Oh yeah, I didn't. The amusing thing here is that you paint me in your mind to be some awful liberal. That's my assumption anyway. The reality is, I'm probably just as conservative as you, if not more so. I just happen to think Mr. Bush is a liar, a deciever, and a con artist.

That doesn't mean I condone Japanese relocation camps. That doesn't mean I condone 9/11. That doesn't mean I condone <insert bad thing here>. It means I think Mr. Bush is a liar, a deciever, and a con artist. I thought the same of Clinton.

You need to see people for who they are, parker, and stop painting them into stereotypes. Surprise, surprise, but RMD, Locke, and I don't seem to fit into any of the molds you've tried to contort us into.

#53 By 1845 (67.161.212.73) at 12/6/2003 1:18:06 AM
Great ad hominem, parker.

#54 By 2332 (65.221.182.2) at 12/6/2003 1:32:44 AM
Well said, Locke.

Your namesake would be proud.

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