Well, Ain't That a Shame?
I think they should Surrender.
He could have just made shit up that favored SCO, much like Marc Rochkind did, to keep the gravy train rolling; that way, he could have at least made enough for a couple of luxury watches...
P.S. Fuck you, Darl McBride. How's life in a cardboard box going for you?
I actually *agree* with Bill Gates on something.
I'm scared - hold me...
By the time it compiles, he'll be 18, and you can kick him out of the house - score!
So he's just like Rob Enderle, only *more* useless?
Back in the day, I used to belong to a forum for a program that allowed you to connect to the privately run Napster servers; the owner of the forum complained that he'd need to start running ads soon, to help him make some money to cover expenses. In theory, I did not object to this, since the web-based "community" that we had was pretty cool, and I enjoyed the interactions there.
That all stopped when we were subjected to the first ad; a Doritos ad that scrolled up from the bottom of the screen, complete with a very loud, obnoxious sound of a toilet flushing.
This single action resulted in my discovery of the Mozilla project in 2002; I have not used Internet Explorer for general web browsing since then. Thanks, napigator.com!
Now get rid of all the other god-bothering religious nonsense out there, please. kthxbye.
The guy is only the biggest tech whore this side of Maureen O'Gara; his opinions are worth exactly what I've paid for them... nothing.
This is the same rent-a-rant tool* that shouted at the top of his lungs on what a great case The SCO Group had against IBM - and who consequently jumped off of the pro-SCO shill bandwagon so fast, he almost broke both ankles, when it became apparent that the whole thing was an extortion scam... it's interesting to me since The SCO Group doesn't really have real products anymore, and the bankruptcy trustee currently in charge has stated that the only thing he finds of value in the company is the litigation they're involved in.
Dan can't understand something that makes money, that Microsoft didn't invent - world points, laughs. Dan is worse than a has-been... he's a never-was.
*Not to be confused with another worthless tech "analyst", Rob "Rent-A-Rant" Enderle, who has never met a Microsoft check he didn't like.
Screw the NFL, and the Saints - who proved through their head-hunting for Favre that they are nothing like Saints at all. If the Colts don't beat the Saints by AT LEAST 17 points, the fix is in. Besides, the NFL has hated Minnesota for decades anyway, and I was already resigned to the fact that, even if we had won, Peyton Manning would have carved us up like a huge rack of ribs - so I won't mind all that much seeing him do the same thing to the thugs from the Chocolate City.
Check the nyms giving it 5 star reviews - many similar to the aliases Darl McBride and family have used in the past at the Yahoo Finance SCOX/SCOXQ.PK message boards... coincidence?
From the article;
"In January 1982, President Ronald Reagan approved a CIA plan to sabotage the economy of the Soviet Union through covert transfers of technology that contained hidden malfunctions, including software that later triggered a huge explosion in a Siberian natural gas pipeline, according to a new memoir by a Reagan White House official."
All in all, a fascinating article - check it out.
Actually, that's incorrect - AT&T Broadband was via cable, and Comcast bought them out. Qwest (formerly US West) offers DSL in the area (Twin Cities, MN). That's what I have now... I ended up bitching about the "sat tax" to the consumer affairs reporter for KSTP-TV back then, and they interviewed me at my old workplace; the boss was cool with it, as long as I wore my work shirt with the logo prominently displayed...
"More software projects have gone awry for lack of calendar time than for all other causes combined." -- Fred Brooks, Jr., _The Mythical Man Month_