Monthly Archives: February 2007

The March of Cluelessness at DBS Marketing

Sigh. DBS need not become a bank/company that one would want to hate like Microsoft. DBS marketing is taking more than a few pages (looks like a whole chapter) on how to annoy and break the compact between a buyer … Continue reading

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Calling the MS bluff

Kinda nice to have Opera’s CTO weigh in on calling MS’ bluff on the OOXML. Thanks.

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Slow news day

Eric an employee of Red Hat? He could have received stock when the company went public, but I am sure he never was an employee. Must have been both a slow news day and a day of utter incompetence!

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Holding back the MS mafia

Kudos to the EU on getting their report out inspite of the arm twisting by MS and it’s front, CompTIA. Here’s the link to the actual report. Read also this about how MS and their lackeys tried to respin the … Continue reading

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Virtualisation == Freedom == Liberty

It is increasingly obvious that the battle for computing dominance will be played out in an arena that is not going to be obvous to the average home user and partially obvious to the corporate user – in the virtualisation … Continue reading

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Really?

So MS claims that IBM is behind the contradictions that were filed on the OOXML document. Even if they were, why would that be an issue? The ISO contradictions process asks for national standards bodies to highlight and submit issues … Continue reading

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Battle Royale for the VMM

As I wrote in my inaugural predictions post, I am convinced that this year will see significant growth in the virtualization space. The magic here is to understand who would come out the winner. The trick about virtualization is that … Continue reading

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