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Old 08-08-2009, 12:20 AM   #1
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LXer: The prospects of Microsoft Word in the wiki-based world

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I was having dinner with friends the other day and we started talking about word processing programs we'd all used in office jobs. "You know, I've been using Word for over 20 years," I said, and immediately felt older than dirt. But it was true.
[While not exactly FOSS news, this is pretty much an obituary for Microsoft Word and all word-processing apps. Best article I've seen in some time - Steve]



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