Microsoft Must Die!

Microsoft is acting more and more like an insecure person in a
relationship who doesn’t trust the significant other despite
being legitimately, contractually and functionally bound
already. Trustworthy Computing
indeed. For someone who has gone through much bloodshed and
being dragged in the mud over the last 10 years learning to
tolerate, manage and overcome the quirky behavior of its
Windows operating system from Windows 3.1 to 95 to NT4 to 2000
to XP to 2003 and now Vista (even though in its
extremely buggy beta form)
just because most of the software I needed to use are not
available on other platforms, having its homicide inducing
Windows Genuine Advantage
call me a cheater/thief despite PAYING for the ORIGINAL product
with my hard earned money is just that proverbial jack that
broke the donkey’s ass! You can count on losing another one,
Billy Goat!
I’m definitely switching over
to the other side. Ableton Live
has always been available on the Mac and my email and documents
have all been living on the web the last several months already,
mostly courtesy of Google. Besides, my iPod
will definitely feel more at home than ever.

Get a clue, Microsoft! As someone puts it ever so eloquently
before: “Any sufficiently overcomplicated and laywer-driven
technology is indistinguishable from excreta.”


  1. wong

    Good switch buddy… I’ve just switched to Mac…
    And it’s so damn cool! Also… If you’re looking
    for cheaper way and still using Ableton Live…
    Go for Linux, well, Apple computer are a little
    over price :S

  2. dJ phuturecybersonique

    ableton live is only available on windows or mac, sir.

  3. Lizzam

    I think it’s just a matter of time before Apple too decided to go in the same direction, if it’s not already doing so. They had rather restrict and police us rather than listen to what we really need.

    jom buat OS sendiri!

  4. Aida

    Well.. 110% agree wit u. lets switch!

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