No, I said that I'm sure that people will point out that Microsoft is
proprietary. In other words, I am sure that this is a part of the reason
for IBM's posturing. By casting themselves in the light of "open
systems" and pointing out that Microsoft is proprietary, they are likely
to be able to build some favor in the market. Well, maybe.

Adam Lang wrote:

>He said the next thing you know, people will be calling MS proprietary too.
>
>Sort of made it sound like they shouldn't be called that.
>
>90% of everything we use everyday can probably fall under the proprietary
>label.  Proprietary is just another buzzword ... like "legacy".
>

>Adam Lang
>Systems Engineer
>Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
>http://www.rutgersinsurance.com
>

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