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01/19/2012

Microsoft X's right box, comes out for marriage equality

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2012-01-19 At 4.46.27 PmMajor companies like Microsoft and NIke are building on the momentum already underway in Washington state, giving a healthy boost to marriage equality's chances there:

Microsoft, Vulcan, other companies support gay marriage [Seattle Times]

No surprise that Microsoft has joined the right side. We see it from all of the big tech companies. Google, Apple, Pixar -- they're all on board with us, not with discrimination.

Though don't count the other side completely out of the computing game. After all, I did hear they just persuaded a local abacus maker to go along for their ride. So that's something!

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