Interview with Tony Bove

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  1. Silverstrand

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    "This is an interview with Tony Bove, author of the upcoming book, "Just Say No to Microsoft". With this book Bove intends to help readers rid Microsoft from their life- this is easier said that done, but it is certainly possible. The book goes on to list alternatives to the Microsoft programs on which people have become dependent and probably think they cannot give up. Bove is outspoken in his dislike of Microsoft's practices and has established a plan to help any computer user "just say no". The book comes to us from NoStarch publishing, a popular name geek literature."
    Link: http://www.xyzcomputing.com/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=453&Itemid=26
     
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