__/ [ Chris in lipstick pyjamas ] on Wednesday 22 February 2006 16:54 \__
> After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o'
>> Demand for Linux servers reaches record levels
>> Robert Jaques, vnunet.com 22 Feb 2006
>> "The analyst firm's latest Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker noted that
>> the stellar market performance of Linux servers was marked by
>> year-over-year revenue growth of 20.8 per cent."
> That number is obviously illusory, Schist! You're grasping at straws.
> In any case, since the percentage of Linux servers is extremely small,
> that growth does not represent a significant number of deployments,
> and it is certain that Microsoft is not in the least worried about
> those numbers.
Economists *could* join in and elaborate on a well-founded factual
A business is always either growing or shrinking. It is never in a static
state, ever. It it appears so, it is in a self-deniable state of diminution.
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