[OT] "They Criticized Vista. And They Should Know."

Joe Lewis Wilkins pepetoo at cox.net
Wed Mar 12 22:59:42 EDT 2008

Interesting article; but, as it also points out, the RECORD doesn't  
necessarily tell the whole story, since those with bad/evil images are  
the ones who need to make PUBLIC their good deeds in order to attempt  
to "fix" things, much as the philandering spouse who unexpectedly  
brings home roses for his wife is often an indication of his having  
done her wrong. Guilt creates all sorts of "good deed doers"  
attempting to balance the scales of justice. IMHO!

Joe Wilkins

On Mar 12, 2008, at 7:43 PM, Chipp Walters wrote:

> On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 1:37 PM, Joe Lewis Wilkins <pepetoo at cox.net>  
> wrote:
>> Jim, I love it. Of course, I love all sorts of conspiracy theories -
>> even the really stupid ones. After the kinds of things Gates pulled,
>> initially, he would have deserved such treatment. (smile)
> No arguing Gates has pulled some stunts in the past, but he  
> certainly seems
> focused on improving his legacy. Witness his truly philanthropic  
> change of
> identiy where through his foundation he's already given close to $2  
> billion
> to schools here in the US. And that doesn't even cover his  
> international
> work.
> And this quote on art technica comparing him with Jobs.
> "Gates is giving away his fortune with the same gusto he spent  
> acquiring it,
> throwing billions of dollars at solving global health problems. He  
> has also
> spoken out on major policy issues, for example, by opposing  
> proposals to cut
> back the inheritance tax.  In contrast, Jobs does not appear on any
> charitable contribution lists of note. And Jobs has said nary a word  
> on
> behalf of important social issues, reserving his talents of  
> persuasion for
> selling Apple products."
> Not to mention this interesting article on Jobs vs Gates at wired:
> http://www.wired.com/gadgets/mac/commentary/cultofmac/2006/01/70072
> Furthermore, after the iPhone proprietary SDK was released, this was  
> found
> on the popular Engadget blog:
> "Who would of thought that after the 1984 Apple Superbowl  
> commercial, that
> Apple would become the big talking head and we'd become the little guy
> standing up against Steve's draconian rule."
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Joe Lewis Wilkins
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