- 2007-01-29 Standard Bearers: "...Microsoft not only has the audacity to produce a music standard that isn't compatible with the most popular player on the market and call it "PlaysForSure", but they then fail to make it compatible with their own player. So assuming that (despite being a piece of crap) the Zune makes it to number 2 in the market by riding on the back of the Microsoft brand (and no doubt some FUD put out to confuse PC users into thinking that iPods don't work on Windows or something), then at that point it will be the case that PlaysForSure is in fact unsupported on the top 2 most popular players, which together will probably occupy something like 90% of the music market." ...although the actual meat of the article exposes much significant evilness than this.
- 2007-09-14 Microsoft's big day in court "A nine-year battle between Microsoft and European antitrust regulators comes to a head Monday, but the Redmond giant isn't the one with the most at stake, writes Fortune's Jon Fortt."
- 2007-05-18 Microsoft: No plans to support ODF, despite supporting ANSI accreditation
- 2006-12-19 Software to Spot 'Phishers' Irks Small Concerns
- Microsoft again trying to tilt the playing field in favor of those with deep pockets
- 2006-09-17 Microsoft tells web site owners to take down FairUse4WM
- 2003-09-25 Microsoft critic dismissed by @Stake
- 2007-04 Microsoft is Dead by Paul Graham[W]: Microsoft is "dead" as an influential force in the software industry.
- 2007-04-11 How The Mighty Have Fallen: some analysis