First spelling, then grammar, now content…?

You’ve all come across and used spell-checkers and some of the howlers they introduce into documents if left to run wild. And of course, the grammar checker, which I’m pretty sure most people turn off lest their text disappears amongst a sea of green underlining… To be honest, I’ve long ago turned off this feature; Microsoft’s idea of language and mine are simply irreconcilable… Well, an interesting message from Microsoft Word today: Bec was writing a paper and the wee green wiggly line appeared under a sentence, the one which usually indicates some kind of grammatical error. Today’s message wasn’t about grammar though, it seems Word now makes value judgements about your content also:
Word getting above it's station...

Word getting above it's station...

Yes, the grammar checker apparently decided that the content actually isn’t that interesting at all and tried to change ‘It is interesting to note…‘ to ‘It is not interesting to note…‘ Whatever next? When I write about some fantastically interesting archaeological project, is Word going to overrule my statements of brilliance? Are my musical ramblings to be subject to approval by Microsoft? Thankfully, I’m pretty confident this is simply another example of Word being incredibly stupid! Else another reason to turn off the damn grammar checker!