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How to beat your competitors to death with patents while complaining about even mild remedies.
How do viruses forge your address when they send out copies of themselves?
What do think tanks think about? Perhaps more importantly, why do they think these things? Followed up with commentary on their "reaction".
Microsoft's eight hundred million dollar fine, is it fair? Does it help?
Areas For Concern defangs some subtle FUD being spread by Microsoft Belgium.
The True Value of Linux™, a refutation of a damning-with-faint-praise of Linux™.
Eliding Dead Code, GCC is attacked for adhering to the C98 standard, and here defended.
Linux, along with Solaris, also came out ahead of Windows in terms of administration costs, despite the fact that it’s less expensive to hire Windows system administrators. The average Windows administrator in the study earned [USD]$68,500 a year, while Linux sys admins took home [USD]$71,400, and those with Solaris skills were paid [USD]$85,844. The Windows technicians, however, only managed an average of 10 machines each, while Linux or Solaris admins can generally handle several times that. — CIO Update, summarising a Robert Frances Group report
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