Sunday, April 07, 2002
My candle burns at both ends;Indeed, there are movements afoot and intrigue in the industry:
It will not last the night;
But, ah, my foes, and oh, my friends;
It gives a lovely light
- Special report titled, Liunx in the Limelight shows the growing popularity of Linux, which is [in my opinion] fueled by the ongoing security issues with MS products
- Apple and Linux in pincer movement on PC market?. Apple? The worm turns (yes, that was a pun of sorts).
- In Windows to Linux Application Migration we find an exit strategy and means to break the bonds of mediocrity.
Late entry by Mike Tarrani - there is lag between the time these entries are written, and when one of us reviews and releases them. This is one case in which I have an additional item to add to what Kate has reported above.
I'll keep this editorial remark in the same spirit as Kate's report by quoting from Edna St. Vincent Millay's Second Fig, which is unerringly appropriate:
Safe upon the solid rock the ugly houses stand
Come and see my shining palace built upon the sand
Yes, the security and reliability traits of certain products do appear to be palaces built upon the less-than-solid foundation of sand. The special report titled, IBM's Return to Dominance shows that systems built upon the solid foundation of reliability, availability and supportability - and security - bodes well for consumers.
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