Prisoner of Bill
<humour> (PoB) A derisory term, in use generally among Unix users, for
anyone who uses Microsoft products either because they don't know there is
anything better (i.e. Unix) or because they would be incapable of working
anything more complex (i.e. Unix).
The interesting and widespread presumption among users of the term is that (at
least at the time of writing, 1998) using anything other than Unix or a
Microsoft OS (whether VMS, Macintosh, Amiga) is so eccentric a choice as to be
at least somewhat praiseworthy.
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