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>Overcomplexity sells, not simplicity. Just ask Steve Jobs (whose
>intuitive NeXT computer bombed) or Bill Gates (who can't give away
>the relatively straightforward Microsoft Works because people want
>the bloated, ill-designed Microsoft Office).
Two words: Microsoft Bob
BTW, you can now buy Bob for $9 at Price/Costco. Funny, that.
David, who would go berserk trying to write a guide for something as
insulting as Bob.