this is very interesting
open standards, as always, favor the laggards
very clear eyed take from Ted on the Leopard / Java flap. second the recommendation for Dalibor’s comments as well
obviously, i’m in favor of this. going to ruffle some feathers, but +1.
“Red Hat beyond its roots as the #1 Linux vendor to a more general ‘open source service and solutions company.’ ” – someone is going to get there. the questions now is who, and when?
as always, Luis would have my vote (if i had one)
this should get people talking. i don’t agree with all of it, but where there’s smoke there’s fire.
“I think so,” said Monfort. “How did we win 21 out of 22? We got the breaks. And I think they got the breaks. Are they a better team? I don’t think so. You give us 10 games against them, we’ll beat them six.” – stay klassy, Monfort.
wasted almost an hour today watching this trainwreck of a line of commentary today. unfortunate, and unproductive.
Google’s strategy for competing w/ Facebook and MySpace: commoditize the API, recruit the competitors of those two, press play
will be giving this a whirl soon as i get the chance: which probably won’t be for a week or so, unfortunately. they waited one day too long…
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