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Re: A Message from an Anonymous Observer

  • Subject: Re: A Message from an Anonymous Observer
  • From: Hadron Quark <qadronhuark@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 07 Oct 2006 13:35:26 +0200
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Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> From: Anonymous (posted with permission)
> "The fact that the trolls are replying to any messages implies it is
> damaging.  I saw how Hadron Quark replied arrogantly to Rex Ballard,
> regarding Microsoft shutting down Byte Magazine by cancelling their ads,
> when subject matter were not according to MS's tastes.

I did?

> What Rex said made sense, and he has keen insight into the industry.
> They

Rex knows his stuff, but he's also a Linux nut of the worst order.

> don't like that, because as I suspected earlier, there are Microsoft and
> related industry paid shills.  The industry is saturated with greed,

LOL: Wrong.

> anything that detracts from stock market standings is considered an enemy.
> When Bill Gates wanted to dominate the world, he did just that.  The

This sounds like it was written by a four year old.

> political shennanigans are not imaginary, they are real.  It is no mistake
> of some of these poster's intentions.
> Regarding Larry Qualig, although he was an MS employee in the past, still
> maintains standing with them.  What he says is no mistake.  It would not
> surprise me that he still owns stock in the company.  He still may be on MS
> payroll as a paid consultant.

Roy, Roy, Roy : you are getting madder by the minute if you believe this

> Anyway, this is my take on the situation.  I gather that others have similar
> views.  One thing that will topple MS is although there has been a
> worldwide

So do the KKK.

> FUD campaign that has delayed Linux deployment for the past 10 years, can no
> longer hold it back.  We see as Governments and private institutions
> implement Linux, news is getting out.  Progression is not linear, it is
> exponential.

You wrote this yourself didnt you?  
> Microsoft missed its window of opportunity for its next release of its
> operating system.  Corporate, Educational and private concerns are
> finding

What window of opportunity?

> experiential knowledge of Linux and how they have been lied to.  IT staffs
> are slowly revealing that for years against the corporate culture, they have
> saved money by quiet deployments of Linux as firewalls, web servers, data
> base management servers, etc.
> Microsoft's credibility and ethics reputation are in the toilet.
> Word is getting out.  With China, Russia, India, Africa, Korea, Southeast
> Asia, etc. deploying Linux spells big cash for software developers to
> develop proprietary applications for the business and professional world
> because of this new potential market.
> It is a quiet revolution.  I think we will see the house of cards starting
> to topple."

And we should : if we get real advocates and not you loonies.

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