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Comment: Right... (Score 1) 753

by ringo74 (#25474833) Attached to: Economic Crisis Will Eliminate Open Source
'The hungry and cold unemployed masses aren't going to continue giving away their intellectual labor on the Internet in the speculative hope that they might get some "back end" revenue,' says Keen." Apparently the possibility of doing something with motivations and benefits other than "revenue" is beyond the realm of that the average suit is capable of conceiving. The economic crisis is in large part the result of similar primitivism and narrow-minded beancounting mentality; it it could eliminate those, it would not be all bad.

Thus spake the master programmer: "After three days without programming, life becomes meaningless." -- Geoffrey James, "The Tao of Programming"

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