June 11, 2002
Games aim for digital precision (without Linux)
A very pro-Microsoft article about the Commonwealth Games in Manchester. The event is going hi-tech, with speeds and results measured in digital accuracy and transmitted to judges using Windows 2000 all the way. They say they're very confident nothing will go wrong and that no hackers will be able to mess things up. Linux was not chosen because of a "lack of applications." Somebody is pulling the British wool over somebody's eyes, aye? Read all about it at BBC.