Idiots in Congress (some heavily funded by good ‘ol ) “decided” that the US Govt should not fund any software projects that result in GPL code. But Lawrence Lessig correctly explains the absurdity: Giving up proprietary control is the price GPLd code demands, just as all-the-money-in-the-world is the price would demand for similar access to its OS source. Some can pay that price; some cannot.
May be wishful thinking on my part too, but I sure have seen very similar stuff.
Motley Fool Post of the Day: …it seems to me that the average PC user has made a substantial change in his/her thinking about Macs.
AOL, Sun, Be & Burst.com should have an easier time winning their lawsuits against . Judge OKs findings in Microsoft lawsuits: “Do I have to sit here and listen to all the facts again?” Motz asked, according to the reports. “(Judge Jackson) found that Microsoft did some pretty bad things.”