__/ [ Gary Schenk ] on Thursday 04 May 2006 04:40 \__
> What up?
...Never mind the fact that Microsoft ran merely all their sites (if not all)
atop BSD until circa 2001...
I suppose you could coin the phrase "Netcarft digging": the process which
involves taking each individual Linux-affiliated site until one matches the
hypothesis that a single one happens to run upon Windows. This 'story' was
overblown by Digg.com.
Mind you, server choices are often the decision made by the Web host. Less
enlightened Webmasters will be unaware of the underlying technology and just
choose a /host/. Any host.
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