No thanks.

Tony Goodson pointed this out, but Cameron Reilly must be kidding when he says this:

As Ive been saying to people for ten years, the Internet as we know it today wouldnt exist without the relentless efforts of Microsoft and their partners in the last 30 years to make computing accessible to the masses.

Unless when he says “the internet as we know it today” he is referring to an avalanche of spam and viruses, buggy software, incompatible software, and endless bills for upgrades.

I even recall that in 1995 Bill Gates said that the internet had no business value at all.

Microsoft software is useful, but they don’t deserve thanks for the internet.