Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 22nd May 2009 13:58 UTC, submitted by shaneco
GNU, GPL, Open Source Keith Curtis worked at Microsoft for 11 years, coding on Windows, Office, and at Microsoft's research department, before leaving the Redmond giant. Call it a revelation, call it giving in to the devil's temptations, but he's now a complete open source and Linux advocate, and in his new book, "After the Software Wars", he explains why open source will prevail against Microsoft's proprietary model.
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RE[11]: He is crazy
by h3rman on Sat 23rd May 2009 19:17 UTC in reply to "RE[10]: He is crazy"
h3rman
Member since:
2006-08-09

Well, if they say it, it must be true.

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RE[12]: He is crazy
by KevinSB on Sat 23rd May 2009 20:11 in reply to "RE[11]: He is crazy"
KevinSB Member since:
2009-05-23

Here's another study for ya:

Who's Fair and Balanced?: Fox News Channel's coverage was more balanced toward both parties than the broadcast networks were. On FOX, evaluations of all Democratic candidates combined were split almost evenly - 51% positive vs. 49% negative, as were all evaluations of GOP candidates - 49% positive vs. 51% negative, producing a perfectly balanced 50-50 split for all candidates of both parties.

On the three broadcast networks, opinion on Democratic candidates split 47% positive vs. 53% negative, while evaluations of Republicans were more negative - 40% positive vs. 60% negative. For both parties combined, network evaluations were almost 3 to 2 negative in tone, i.e. 41% positive vs. 59% negative.

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RE[13]: He is crazy
by ssa2204 on Sun 24th May 2009 01:18 in reply to "RE[12]: He is crazy"
ssa2204 Member since:
2006-04-22

Here's another study for ya:

Who's Fair and Balanced?: Fox News Channel's coverage was more balanced toward both parties than the broadcast networks were. On FOX, evaluations of all Democratic candidates combined were split almost evenly - 51% positive vs. 49% negative, as were all evaluations of GOP candidates - 49% positive vs. 51% negative, producing a perfectly balanced 50-50 split for all candidates of both parties.

On the three broadcast networks, opinion on Democratic candidates split 47% positive vs. 53% negative, while evaluations of Republicans were more negative - 40% positive vs. 60% negative. For both parties combined, network evaluations were almost 3 to 2 negative in tone, i.e. 41% positive vs. 59% negative.


Nice source...oh wait, you have no source outside of whatever bullshit you pull out your ass to support your sad argument. Either you lack the honesty or inteligence to be able to distinguish authenticate, reliable and valid sources, or you are so disingenuous that it does not matter. Either way, you can keep spewing the same horse manure every which way you want, but at the end of the day educated and inteligent people simply are not buying it.

The only demographic you twats are winning in is the rural un-educated Appalachian inbreeds, and you are welcome to have them all.

You are like that gasbag Michille Bachman, she of such stupidity that she actually gets on the floor of the House to debate that C02 is NOT toxic, i.e. harmless. Yes my foreign OSNews readers, we actually have elected officials that are this clueless. How does one even converse with such utter stupidity?

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RE[12]: He is crazy
by ssa2204 on Sat 23rd May 2009 22:40 in reply to "RE[11]: He is crazy"
ssa2204 Member since:
2006-04-22

Well, if they say it, it must be true.


Lol, good reply!

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RE[13]: He is crazy
by KevinSB on Sun 24th May 2009 01:04 in reply to "RE[12]: He is crazy"
KevinSB Member since:
2009-05-23

By the way, it was a national poll. So "they" is actually "us".

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