Wall Street pundits misleading investors is not a news story. Neither is their unceasing ability to muddle and doubt technology. The Street contends that
open-source is limited due to the fact that although it increases competition and can cause companies to stumble, it will never dominate. Are they right?
(email not shown publicly) I seem to remember a lot of stuff about computers, so that comes in handy for doing my job, but on the whole, I don't like staring at a computer screen for eight hours a day and something inside is screaming for a little more life beyond the pale glimmer of a green prompt on a black screen. But on the other side is a big part of me that is always trying to put the puzzle together; a part of me that is both beneficial (I love to architect/administrate) and yet slowly eating away at me (I tend to concern myself with too much stuff beyond my control). I love to tinker, my energies are often at thier highest upon exploring something new. I love the Unix flavor of operating systems, and that's what has drawn me here to slashdot.
Days Read in a Row
Spent All My Mod Points
"Your stupidity, Allen, is simply not up to par."
-- Dave Mack (mack@inco.UUCP)
-- Allen Gwinn (firstname.lastname@example.org), in alt.flame