A FedEx guy showed up at my door this morning with a package at around 10:35 EDT. But when I poked my head out the door, there was no FedEx truck.
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During his keynote at Oracle OpenWorld, Sun CEO Scott McNealy talked up the...
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A recent blog entry by David Winer that says "It makes me even sicker than I am to think about the lying President we re-elected"...
The more I think about it, the more I'm beginning to believe that Dell is largely responsible for forcing IBM to divest itself of the PC business. This isn't news.
In a blog entry whose date suggests that he finished it well before the IBM/Lenovo concluded (and was just waiting for it to be official...