"A great job . . . explaining why one should keep away from Microsoft products on a technical, moral, and even philosophical level." -- Linux Magazine, May 2006
"An entertaining and useful read, and definitely something for Mac advocates everywhere to share with their PC-using pals." -- Apple Lust, April 7, 2006
"Every Microsoft engineer . . . should read it . . . to Tony Bove, you never expected an endorsement from a Microsoft employee, did you?" -- The Scobleizer, January 8, 2006
"Excellent, fun and easy to read . . . informative, inspiring, and has a 'free software, yay!' vibe about it." -- Free Software Magazine
"Offers a well-rounded total overview . . . examining wider cultural and historical issues as well as pursuing practical alternatives." -- Linux User & Developer
"Presents an unusually rational argument for getting Microsoft off computers . . . even Microsoft fanatics will learn more . . . from this book." -- Kickstart News, February 2006
About the Author
Tony Bove and Cheryl Rhodes are the authors of more than a dozen books on computing, desktop publishing, and multimedia. Tony is also a composer and touring musician.