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[tdf-discuss] IBM is alive ;)


Interesting news on this site
http://www.addictivetips.com/internet-tips/ibm-docs-google-docs-like-office-suite-with-advance-share-options/

- add this to the 3.0.1 release of IBM Lotus Symphony (which in a 0.0.1
release manages to change it's spreadsheet from the traditional 65K lines to
1Million lines... Take that Mozilla! :) )

- add this to the current Google monopolistic attitude (they always behaved
this way, to be honest): either you accept the whole package (Search, Docs,
Google+) and we can search and have access to it all WITH your permission or
you can go elsewhere.

And we might see IBM getting some good reputation from the desktop users...

Now for the elitist part typical of IBM: you can't subscribe to the service
with a personal (gmail at least) account :)

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