"...Windows should evolve into a system that is laser targeted to the customers who will in fact continue using it regularly. That's mostly business users, but even when you look at the consumers who will use Windows, that usage is almost entirely productivity related. Windows should focus on that. On getting work done. On an audience of doers. Job one should be productivity."
I don’t think there is any hard-and-fast rule. I do think political correctness can lead to the point where people really can’t be spontaneous. Ordinary human behavior becomes very difficult because people are self-conscious, and an enormous amount is lost in that atmosphere. But I think it’s the usual thing: If you’ve got decent people around, you don’t really need rules. The more unscrupulous and selfish people become, the more you do. So are you living in a healthy society or an unhealthy one?..."
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