Sun promoting OpenOffice through pop-up ads

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| I guess it works for V1@gr@ and security software, so why shouldn't Sun
| advertise OpenOffice through obnoxious pop-up ads? Install Java, get...spam?

Why is Mozilla selling out free software?

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| And you do realize that other manufacturers offer laptops pre-loaded with
| Firefox and Linux, right?

So Mozilla gives proprietary, DRM-oriented software and hardware. Novell once
did the same with iPods got criticised (long before the deal with Microsoft).

....And then there are pro-open source people who use Macs, whose partent
company seems to /hate/ Linux.


Wozniak hates Open Sauce

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| In an interview with eWeek, Woz said that there are always people who want
| things to be free and the open-source movement starts with those sort of
| people.

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| As recently reported on Slashdot, Apple, in its infinite wisdom, has added a
| checksum to the iPod database apparently to restrict non-iTunes products
| (like Amarok via libgpod) from having the ability to add music. *

Apple promises to kill unlocked Iphones

Apple Arrogance Unleashed!

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| But the only problem with Apple is that it has no gratitude. Or humility. Or
| generosity. Or manners.
| I'm a big fan of Apple products. But there's no escaping the fact that Apple
| has always been, well, arrogant. Which was fine -- their superiority complex
| has always been both partially deserved and one of the company's motivations
| to strive for better things. But in the past few months, the company seems to
| have crossed some kind of invisible line, now brazenly pissing off not just
| competitors, but its most devoted fans, closest partners and industry
| supporters. * * *