In giant-software-companies accusing each other of antitrust news: Google goes after Microsoft on the browser front. This confuses me, as Microsoft’s browser dominance continues to slip, despite Internet Explorer continuing to be the dominant browser. Why would Google start something like this, when they are likely to face the same type of scrutiny on the web advertising front? The European Commission does not exactly have a track record of ruling in Microsoft’s favour — why not just let them get on with it and reap the rewards?
This goes for Microsoft, too, which has spearheaded antitrust investigations against Google. Do these companies not realise that they undermine themselves as much as each other when they do this?
The AppGap presents argument that socialising at work is productive, and your boss should stop claiming that you are goofing off — you are maximizing your potential.
Finally, via BoingBoing. Tearful Atlanta Cops Express Remorse for Shooting 92-Year-Old Kathryn Johnston, Leaving Her To Bleed to Death in Her Own Home While They Planted Drugs in Her Basement, Then Threatening an Informant So He Would Lie To Cover It All Up. Seriously.
Today’s webcomic is from cat and girl: