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If you go to this Microsoft page, you are invited to submit a bug report for a product we didn't think was part of the software company's fundamental strategy. But, as we went to press, something was very wrong with the headline which reads: "Do you think you've found a bug in Microsoft Bill Gates Anus 2000?" Ahem. Piles of fun at Redmond, then... The bottom line is, we can't imagine the headline will be there for long, but at least it's recorded for posteriority... The trick, of course, as several readers have pointed out, is to put whatever you like in the URL, in the right place. Redmond is not brilliant at doing this CGI script stuff. ®

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