Microsoft Can't Get No Respect
Tim Swanson no Mises Economics Blog
In their new version of Windows dubbed "Vista," Microsoft has included a number of useful features that has several companies rattling the anti-trust sabers once again.
Surely then, it is only a matter of time before software firms that make calculators or solitaire protest the inclusion of such services into Windows. Is not the native support of the English language (and dozens of others) a clear and present danger to third-parties eeking out a living?
Soon thereafter, perhaps boutique’s specializing in steering-wheels and headlights may begin to sue automobile companies for integrating a steering-wheel and headlights into cars. And no one should forget about those built-in cassette and CD players.