Codeweavers 10-step program

Codeweavers, the company behind CrossOver, an engine that provides Mac and Linux users the ability to install and run some Windows applications without a Windows install or license have just released a 10-Step Program for Computing Nirvana. It's a very tongue-in-cheek poke at Microsoft and the dominance they enjoy over the computing world. I'm warning you up front that if you're a Microsoft zealot, you're probably going to hate this. If you're a Microsoft basher, you're probably going to get at least a few laughs out of it.

Codeweavers 10 Steps

Codeweavers, the company behind CrossOver, an engine that provides Mac and Linux users the ability to install and run some Windows applications without a Windows  install or license, have just released a 10-Step Program for Computing Nirvana. It's a very tongue-in-cheek poke at Microsoft and the dominance they enjoy over the computing world. I'm warning you up front that if you're a Microsoft zealot, you're probably going to hate this. If you're a Microsoft basher, you're probably going to get at least a few laughs out of it. And if you're hewing to the middle ground and refuse to succumb to either of these magnetic poles, you'll probably see both the truthiness and folly in this sort of thing.

It made me laugh and got me to click around their site a bit so I guess that qualifies as a success. Heck, it amused enough to write this.

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