George Gallen on Fri, 5 Sep 2003 11:46:06 -0400

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RE: [PLUG] Microsoft Run High School?

Title: RE: [PLUG] Microsoft Run High School?

no I wasn't referring to the students, I was referring to the school.
Say, the Year book committee would rather use a Mac for typesetting
their yearbook, or the science dept would rather have a unix machine.

Of course, I could just see...."gee, we can't learn anything today
because some virus took down the network, and now we can't read our

And why did they pick the basketball team to help do plays on?
Is it because Microsoft and (up and down (dribbling)) go hand in hand?


>-----Original Message-----
>From: Adam Turoff []
>Sent: Friday, September 05, 2003 11:30 AM
>Subject: Re: [PLUG] Microsoft Run High School?
>On Fri, Sep 05, 2003 at 11:10:20AM -0400, Chris Mann wrote:
>> Given the history of MS's draconian EULA's, I would say that
>other OS's
>> would be verbotten.
>Good.  I'd like to see them enforce it.  Do they sue the
>school district
>because a group of freshmen figured out how to install Linux on their
>PocketPCs?  Or do they sue a bunch of precocious 14 year olds?  Or do
>they pull out of the contract and look like sourpusses?
>I'd like to see them enforce the EULA at this high school.  Either
>they'll look like bullies, or they'll have to admit the EULA is
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