Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> They all try to jump on that same wagon. Some of them manage to snatch
> it from the innovator, eventually.
I don't see any problem with that. The innovator might have started it,
but how unique was the idea? Ideas come rarely from one person, look in
history, when communication was less fast, often similar or even the same
idea popped up in several places.
Also, the blogging software of today has grown. I never understand that
people like Tim Berners-Lee, who just came up with HTML + browser are
suddenly considered the person who invented what we now call the Internet.
To me it's like saying that the guy and girl who invented sex is
responsible for the current world population and all its problems :-D
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