I know it’s always Microsoft’s turn but the ‘Microsoft=dinosaur’ stuff always intensifies in the run-up to a big Windows release. Search The Economist‘s archive and you’ll find a big ‘is Microsoft finished?’ think piece in the months preceding the release of Windows 95, Windows 2000 and, now, Vista. The latest one is worth a read, though, as is Charles Arthur and Jack Schofield’s thoughtful What’s Eating Microsoft? in The Guardian. One of these days they’re going to be right.