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The danger, as always with Microsoft, is that there are enough people who are not afraid enough of a monoculture to turn Window and Office Live into successes. In software, as in nature, biodiversity is critical. I do not begrudge MS its place - one comment on Fred Wilson's blog pointed out that by extending the market, MS is doing all of us a favour - but it should not be the only species, which seems to be its overarching ambition.

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