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Wow! I didn't mean to cause such a firestorm of discussion....but isn't it
good?? and isn't this why there IS open source software?? So that we can
create, and eventually have our creations exist and be read by the next
generation?? File formats are the new paper. It's important that no one
company or person own the formula for paper.

On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 4:04 PM, James Knott <> wrote:

VA wrote:

Nobody is forced to purchase MS products.

Try and buy a computer without Windows.  While there are some available,
they're rare.  Also, read up on the MS anti trust cases to see how they
forced market share with illegal and near illegal methods, including

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