__/ [ Roy Schestowitz ] on Thursday 23 March 2006 04:06 \__
> __/ [ John Bailo ] on Thursday 23 March 2006 01:38 \__
>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> Integration of Linux in the whole server line is a new fact to me. This
>>> reminds me of an oddity, which I read about this morning: GoDaddy moving
>>> their core hosting from Linux to Windows, which they said was financially
>> Yeah, bribery can do that.
> You can bet Microsoft will jump on this exception like a pitbull on a
> poodle. They take some of the few 'success stories'/'case studies'
> (potentially briberies) and spend many million on embedding these as
> adverts in many Web sites, Linux Web sites included. They make it look
> impartial. Just trust me. Seen it many times before. Linux should govern
> similar strategies in return. The large vendors have budgets.
>> BTW here's a link on that I 520:
>> Notice the two bars at the right -- Linux and Windows, and they both
>> seem to cut down below the HAL layers to the left.
> Of course. How could they not?
> Best wishes,
Addendum: This is not the first time GoDaddy sidle with Windows and betray
(even snub) others:
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