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    None of our paying customers are interested in .NET, or XP.
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    i have absolutely no idea - though i will talk to one of my MS friends at some stage of this evening and i will ask then (though i will be subjecting myself to yet another .net conversation!)
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    None of our paying customers are interested in .NET, or XP.
    That's great because usually customers have no need be interested in a companies information system or their business model.

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    Hey dean, not only will you be able to program a palm but I belive a dreamcast.
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    I heard something about WinXP being on an embedded system. This must happen. Wish I had more info.

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    Originally posted by Troll_King


    That's great because usually customers have no need be interested in a companies information system or their business model.
    It's also because of the fact Europeans are much tighter in their
    spending habits than Americans.

    There was a time when the Atari ST computer, a Mac clone, out-
    sold intel pc's in Europe because the Atari's were faster than
    IBM's, had a Mac-like GUI, and cost half what Americans were
    paying for their console-based, ms-dos 3.1, i286 machines.

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