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The SphereXP is a 3D desktop replacement for Microsoft Windows XP. Taking the known concept of three-dimensional desktops to its own level. It offers a new way to organize objects on the desktop such a icons and applications.
By: J20
Sunday, Apr 4th 2004 (8:56pm)
Ever wonder what most people use their computers for? Curious about the tech industry's newest, spiffiest invention? Been asking yourself 'Self, how do these dang-blasted machines work, anyhow?'

Well, wonder no more!

I present to you, dear davelog reader, an exclusive behind the scenes look at Microsoft!
By: scooter1979
Monday, Mar 29th 2004 (5:28pm)
I work in the IT industry and sometimes come across some weird problems that require a little research before you can make your customer happy.

Case in point, today, this MS Knowledge Base article ended up helping me out immensely.

Give it a read - it might help you too!
By: Hellvis
Monday, Mar 1st 2004 (6:13pm)
Need even more proof that Bill Gates is satan? It seems Microsoft is a bit touchy. Recently an employee in their MSCopy print shop managed to snake a picture of several G5's being unloaded at the compound. A few days later he was fired for blogging his discovery. Not on company time, not on a company server... but for a "security violation". Fuck you Bill Gates.
By: faedra
Monday, Nov 3rd 2003 (5:57pm)
I admit, much to my shame, I am still running Windows 98. While pondering options for a replacement o/s, I stumbled across a story on the next Windows product. I remembered all the Windows 98 snafus prior to it's release. In a few short years, 98 users around the globe were in abject torment. The disembodied visage of the nefarious Bill Gates began to hover around my monitor. The little pipsqueak was laughing at me, while simultaneously sprouting horns and a forked tongue. Realizing my predicament, I exercised my only remaining option.
By: boho-daddy
Tuesday, Oct 28th 2003 (7:20am)
The Microsoft ILoo, an Internet Enabled Portapotty announced last month turns out to be a practical joke.
By: Scott
Tuesday, May 13th 2003 (12:09am)
An eight-foot tall condom greeted Microsoft chairman Bill Gates on Thursday during a visit to an Indian city, a tribute to mark his generosity in fighting AIDS.
By: Dave
Friday, Nov 15th 2002 (12:07am)
In an effort to boost sagging revenue growth, Microsoft today announced it will begin selling advertising space on the company's world famous Blue Screen of Death (BSOD).
By: Hellvis
Wednesday, Oct 2nd 2002 (3:36pm)
Apparantly Microsoft's answer to the many glaring security holes in Windows 2000 is insanely long passwords.
By: Dave
Tuesday, Aug 27th 2002 (12:01am)
Sure, you've seen that Microsoft wackjob Steve Ballmer doing his little developers dance, and you've seen the Domo-kun. However, have you seen what happens when you combine the two?
By: Dave
Friday, May 3rd 2002 (12:16am)
Microsoft threatens to take their football and go home. XP taken off the shelves? Good riddance!
By: Dave
Wednesday, Mar 6th 2002 (2:32pm)
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