Surpise of the Century (not)

Wired: MS Amends Icon Concession

"It appears that Microsoft is backing off their much ballyhooed itty bitty teeny weeny sliver of flexibility and heading back to the rigid stance that has been slapped down by the second-highest court in the land," said AOL Time Warner vice president John Buckley.

AOL's icon can go on the XP desktop as long as the MSN one is there too. I am not surprised one bit. Something has to put MS down, or this is how it will act forever.

Written on July 30, 2001