Like a developmentally disabled child getting praised for his classroom manners, Microsoft has won praise from the judge overseeing its behavior after an antitrust case. Though Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly has extended her period of oversight until November 2009, citing an "extreme and unforeseen delay in the availability of complete, accurate and usable technical documentation," she described Microsoft as "extremely cooperative." (Microsoft was supposed to produce the documentation to make it easier for rivals to work with its software.) Does anyone realize how cutting this is? Microsoft isn't misbehaving, according to the court; it's just stupid.