OpenOffice steps up rhetoric in Microsoft’s backyard

by mcastellon on July 18, 2006

Not surprisingly, near the home of Redmond-based Microsoft. OpenOffice is the free open-source alternative to Microsoft’s prize-child Word. The open-source camp has recently been stepping up the rhetoric against Microsoft, and is apparently taking it step further by buying clever ad space. Slogans include Stop giving a bully your lunch money, Compatible with expensive, closed, memory loving software, and Prehistoric reptilians welcome.


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