Why turn to us geeks? So that some of us could arrange somehow to get his websites down? I'd rather turn to a PR community if I were you, or a lawyer community (perhaps lawyers in the country of residence of the ex-husband)
Out of linguistic curiosity, where does your "kronar" come from? Norway uses "kroner", and Sweden "kronor".
"kronar" is the plural form, perhaps?
not that French politics are any easier to summarize than anywhere else, but to be fair with the GP, we have seen lately that the current governement has more and more of a tendency to use far-right (or what we call far-right here in France anyway) rethorics, such as blaming immigrants for economical and crime problems, for instance.
Here is an article in the main local news paper. Although I wouldn't be too sure it's better than a blog...
Although I fully agree with your comment, i think you missed the point of the submission's title: in big corps, management did get convinced that linux servers aren't too risky, and they are now happily going for it (where I work management is loudly bragging about the millions they are saving with linux). Hence the question is valid: what is the reason why it isn't the case yet with say application servers ? Will it just come in due time ? Or is there a more fundamental reason, like lack of consensus about support availablility/substainability ?
Or else you'd think people still are social animals when they hit 30, feeling good about belonging to a group, being gratified by their group's members having a good opinion of them.
Exactly ! That's why there isn't much point in trying to squeeze Macs in an objective comparison : you buy a Mac to get pleasure from purchasing a nice item, whereas you buy the winner of an objective comparison to get pleasure from being a smart customer.