Each morning and afternoon, the members of the Fourth Estate flock like lemmings into the fourth-floor closet the U.S. District Court calls a press room. Our singular intent: To pick up the daily drop of documents emerging out of the Microsoft antitrust trial. But on Wednesday I found much more compelling reading matter in the lobby. Some of the locals were sponsoring a book sale. Rummaging through the pickings, I struck pay dirt, walking away with a fat tome by one of my all-time favorites, Mr. Milton Berle, entitled, “BS: I Love You.” Were he on hand, I’m sure Uncle Miltie would have had much fun watching the feds and Microsofties sling the aforementioned “BS” at each other. Today it was time for America Online Inc. to find itself in the middle of this manure match. It took its place on the witness stand in the person of David Colburn, a senior vice president with the nation’s biggest online service. Who is David Colburn? He’s no Jim Barksdale of Netscape, to be sure. But he was still a treat. Microsoft’s chief lawyer, John Warden, badly in need of a pick-me-up after letting the wily Barksdale off the hook, probably salivated… Read full this story
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