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August 25, 2003

Inquirer dispels myths

This was up some time ago, but I thought it best that I put it up sometime, since the "myths" it talks about are rightly quite silly ones.

Probably up there with "Outsourcing is the work of the devil", "all spam is foreign", "everyone should install and pay for antivirus and firewalls", "product activation/copy controls benefit users/deters piracy".

Posted by subtitles at August 25, 2003 5:05 AM | Computer Stuff , Definitive Posts

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