After takin' a swig o' grog, Mark Kent belched out
this bit o' wisdom:

> Windows Vista is the final release of an operating system designed
> around the "one user, one desk, one desktop", in an era of home workers,
> mobile workers, remote workers, knowledge sharing, network-hosted
> applications and data, and most of all, marketing. The future is about
> connectivity and mobility, something Linux is well engineered for,
> something Vista is not.

Not to mention Linux's scalability at both ends of the "spectrum".

Quality Control, n.:
The process of testing one out of every 1,000 units coming off
a production line to make sure that at least one out of 100 works.