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  • After Microsoft's offerings destroyed Word Perfect, consumers were left only with Word, with some features like footnoting and outlining that remained bug-ridden and inferior for years; the absence of competition also allowed Microsoft to convert Office into a major cash cow.

    Eric K. Clemons: The Need to Focus on the Correct Issues in Google, Power, and Antitrust

  • Considered shocking at the time, it tells the story of a failed actress, Jane Graham, who, having fallen pregnant and been turned out of the family home by her disgusted father, goes to live in a dingy, bug-ridden bedsit at the top of a squalid boarding house in Fulham.

    Fifty years of the pill

  • It is one of the most bug-ridden pieces of garbage out there.

    Why Netflix May Be an Online Video Leader - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • She shed her pioneer clothing for Indian buckskins, and, though she does not comment on it, would have been as filthy and bug-ridden as any of the Comanches, who were notable even among Indians for their lack of hygiene.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • Stalker SOC was notorious early on for being bug-ridden and was patched something like 6 times by the developers to clear up various issues, such that by the time I got round to playing it the most recent patch spared methe agonies and frustrations that the first players encountered.

    First Person Shooters: An Addict Speaks « INTERSTELLAR TACTICS

  • The two bed bug-ridden mattresses have even been photographed a couple of times together, but she STILL refuse to admit it.

    Dlisted - Be Very Afraid

  • That's the same type of talent that will be needed to cut through the bureaucracy and make changes to the physical plant infrastructure component of our quite literally - bug-ridden VA hospital system.

    Russell Shaw: How About Exterminator Tom DeLay for Walter Reed Commission?

  • Because Peterson never lost sight of the goal that sends people into bug-ridden woods, trash-strewn garbage dumps and frozen marshes at dawn, which is to see more birds than anyone else.

    The Original Field Guide

  • Somewhere along the way, an e-mail address that had seemed pretty hip back in, oh, 2003, had begun to indicate a sucker paying for functions that were widely available elsewhere, notably Google, for free; and worse, were bug-ridden — as further letters from Apple, one promising “we are going to stop using the word ‘push,’” would attest in the weeks to come.

    The Me.com Decade

  • Has Microsoft rolled-out an inferior, bug-ridden product too hastily, in an effort to try and keep people from switching to the superior Firefox?

    Sentiment Analysis for Internet Explorer; Comparing to Firefox

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