A Peek at IE7's New Security
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Lin┐nut wrote on Fri, 28 Oct 2005 06:20:36 -0500
And remember, Vista
enables a new level of confidence in your computer.
clears ways to easily organize, see, and use your information.
Seamlessly connects you to people and devices.
Helps keep your computer running smoothly.
and brings clarity to your world.
adapted for grammar.)
Unfortunately, Vista does nothing for vaporware believability. :-)
The screenshot with "clearing ways to easily organize, see, and use your information" uses a chess game, which I for one think a bit odd. Shouldn't they show something a little more along the lines of a spreadsheet or a V-8 engine diagram?
(It also appears that the chess game opened
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P-K4 P-Q3 N-K2 P-QB4
or 1 e4 d6 2 Ne2 c5 in more modern notation.
OpenOffice 2.0 will likely put a hurt on Microsoft 13316
Then the company can pick up StarOffice, which is still 1-10th the price of MS Office...
1 e4 d6 is rather irregular but can lead to the Pirc Defense, is nowhere near as pretty as the Vista screenshot, though.
Another possibility is 1 e4 c5 2 Ne2 d6, which is also rather irregular, as the Sicilian defense uses 2 Nf3 instead.
The "standard" line of play is 1 e4 e5, for most of us duffers. (Erm, wait, that's a golf term. What is a novice chessplayer called? A chessy? A chesser? A ... rookie?? :-) )
This isn't quite the Fool's Mate (1 f3 d5 2 g4 Qh4 mate), admittedly.
You'd think they'd have at least consulted a beginner's book of chess on this...)
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