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Doesn't that harken back to the conventional wisdom concerning
"Technically correct, but useless."
At 9:40 AM -0700 7/23/08, Gene Kim-Eng wrote:
>Don't know about Vista, but the easter egg that brings up the credits
>for MS Word 2000 displays over 200 names just for the online help. I
>think that explains a lot...
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <john -at- garisons -dot- com>
>> In yet another dimly recalled Gates-ian interview, he once said that
>> nothing good ever resulted from a project that had more than 50 people
>> working on it.
> > Vista had how many engineers?
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