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run OpenOffice at work?

On Fri, Feb 13, 2004 at 02:53:31PM -0500, Dan Barrett wrote:
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> Apparently, you can score $175 from a marketing firm by letting them watch you 
> use OpenOffice at work:

This is a market research firm which does work for Microsoft, (among
others).  It is possible that they are only looking for ammunition
to use against the FOSS movements specifically, against OpenOffice, the
major threat to their Office suite.


Jeff Kinz, Open-PC, Emergent Research,  Hudson, MA.  
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