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New Microsoft and Beemers don't mix
[link|http://capitalistlion.com/article.cgi?267|IF Microsoft built cars]


Some of the more interesting failures involve the vehicle's transmission and braking system. If that doesn't scare the hell out of you, it should.
I am a Vast Right Wing Conspiracy of one.
Where's Abdul Rahman Yasin?
The reason I don't budge is I'm waiting for you to catch up.
New that is scary, should not be using CE in cars
will work for cash and other incentives [link|http://home.tampabay.rr.com/boxley/resume/Resume.html|skill set]

You think that you can trust the government to look after your rights? ask an Indian
New They do use CE in cars
there was an AutoPC designed by Microsoft to work as a computer in your car, play MP3 files, download from the Internet, use a cell phone to talk, and other things like tuning in on Am and FM radio stations. It retailed for $999 last I remembered about it. I wonder why it hasn't sold yet? Rumor had it at the time in 1999 that Ford would put them in as standard on some luxury models. But I do not think that they did.

Sorry forgot the link:

This was of January 2000. But I am not sure what happened to it?

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Expand Edited by orion Jan. 19, 2003, 08:00:15 PM EST
     Microsoft and Beemers don't mix - (marlowe) - (2)
         that is scary, should not be using CE in cars -NT - (boxley) - (1)
             They do use CE in cars - (orion)

If you're going to be paranoid, don't stop at half measures.
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