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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.
When you think about it, and put a business hat on, the idea that Linux could start as this little hobby project that would in the course of less than a decade become this extremely popular piece of software that people would bet on for mission critical applications. . . how did that happen? Nobody is in charge of it. Nobody owns it. It’s not controlled by a corporation. It fundamentally depends on cooperation and collaboration. . . . It’s an amazing model of how to get stuff done. — Mitch Kapor, founder of Lotus
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