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Good on them! They're trying

Good on them! They're trying something to get the message across to upgrade, wonder if this is just a MS AU initiative though?

Have to laugh at this sentence in reference to IE6 "offered the cutting edge in security" back in 2001? cutting edge? of course they neatly gloss over the fact that once demonstrated to be non too secure they took their own sweet time farting around before managing to upgrade IE - priorities MS? Wonder what they actually are?

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i love the negative-space

i love the negative-space designed cow, I will name him Ralf.

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I'm surprised they would

I'm surprised they would compare their then new browser to 9 year-old milk. It was only updated in what, 2008? Was it 7 years past its use by date then? Yeah, kinda, Laughing out loud but I wouldn't expect them to say so.

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gary

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