25 January - Responding to an opinion article from Alan Wright on whether to stick or twist on Windows Vista, Glenn Gilbert shot back: "Someone wake me up in three years".
He continued: "To be quite frank I'm bored stiff with listening to Microsoft. I've been in the IT industry writing software (Microsoft software I may add), consulting and teaching since the 70s, so I've been around the block quite a few times.
So, Vista's better. I should damn well think so. That's not news. But, before we look forwards, let's look backwards at Microsoft's previous record.
They've come a long way since DOS in the early 90s. Just think, 17 years ago there was no internet and no Windows. But it's been a slow and evolutionary process to get where we are.
Skipping a version is good for th...