Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 12th Oct 2007 14:16 UTC, submitted by walterbyrd
Legal Groklaw reports that a company called IP Innovation, LLC, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Novell and Red Hat. Groklaw goes into black helicopter mode, trying to find a tie between this IP Innovation thing and Microsoft - and it finds it too. A few ex-Microsoft employees now work at IP Innovation. Do with it as you please.
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RE: My take
by walterbyrd on Fri 12th Oct 2007 19:39 UTC in reply to "My take"
walterbyrd
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>>I think GrokLaw got it largely wrong about SCO. The SCO case was too cook-y and "hick"-ish to be indirectly sponsored by Microsoft.<<

1) The scox-scam was certainly, directly, sponsored by msft. Why did else would msft suddenly decide a buy $17 million worth of er . . "licenses" which msft already owned and doesn't use. And would would the halloween email turn up the exact company that funded scox for another $50 million? And why were the same msft shill "journalists" all so strongly supporting scox?

2) Too cook-y and hick-ish for msft? Maybe you are not aware of msft's chair throwing braying jackass of an excuse for a CEO? There is absolutely nothing refined about monkey-boy ballmer. Ballmer is loud-mouth hot-head buffoon, and msft has been on auto-pilot since he took over.

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