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>Fw: Another Detroit in the Making?



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>----- Original Message -----
>From: Toby Donaldson <donaldson@techbc.ca>
>Sent: Monday, May 22, 2000 9:24 PM
>Subject: Another Detroit in the Making?
>
>
>> The U.S. Software Industry and Software Quality: Another Detroit in the
>> Making?
>> by Bryan Pfaffenberger <bp@virginia.edu>
>> 3-May-2000
>> Will software makers follow the U.S. auto industry of old down the road of
>> glitzware?
>>
>> "The reason we come up with new versions is not to fix bugs. It's
>absolutely
>> not. It's the stupidest reason to buy a new version that I've ever
>heard....
>> And so, in so sense, is [software] stability a reason to move to a new
>> version. It's never a reason. You won't get a single person to say they'd
>> buy a new version because of bugs."
>>
>> --Bill Gates, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, in an interview with reporter
>> Klaus Brunnstein (Focus, November 1995)
>>



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