While I don't normally publish poetry (call it a lifestyle decision), Chris Compton sent me this excellent Haiku version of WinInfo that simply begs to be seen:

Today's Windows Info:

Thousands of web things.
How long do any persist?
Netscape, too, has gone

The Deal is complete;
AOL browser IE?;
Unwanted browser

Browser war over
Navigator bought, not used
Sun wants the server.

No more browser war,
but Microsoft must still fight
Who will borg Java?

He also sent the following excellent excerpt from an infamous haiku called "If they wrote error messages in Haiku":

A file that big?
It might be very useful,
but now it is gone


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