Hardware isn't free and employees aren't free. I seriously don't understand how Sourceforge has kept the lights on all these years.
And by the way, I'm a very satisfied user of their services. But I do worry about their future.
What do you think? Is Intel crushing its competitors?
Wow. Prepare for some serious employee dissatisfaction once everyone is migrated to Bloated Goats.
Daimler switched from Exchange to Notes in 2008, just before the economy crashed. The ensuing deep hatred of Notes (at the frontline employee level) never, ever subsided. Some suit with a clue finally realized that Notes was a mistake and 6 years later (Q1 2014), the company switched back to Exchange and Outlook.
It seems inconceivable that a country where half the citizens cowered under the Stasi, would ever consider rolling over and asking the NSA for a tummy rub.
Worldwide cooperation with NSA seems rather extensive, does it not?
Mod parent up. Electric cars are a ton of fun to drive! We drive our Volt together all weekend long and marvel @ the gas we are not burning or buying.
Umm, the Volt has a gas tank so that you can drive from one end of the country to the other. When the Volt is driven gas only, it's EPA MPG rating is about 35 MPG. Not bad...not great, either.
We paid a lot more than 40K for the car (before trade-in), but both my wife and I are environmentalists. We are committed to using less carbon in our lives and willing to pay for the privilege. Every time our Volt uses gas to charge the battery (when we drive outside it's electric range), we say that the "Volt had a sad."
"Today's robots are very primitive, capable of understanding only a few simple instructions such as 'go left', 'go right', and 'build car'." --John Sladek