Infoworld Article (funny)

Infoworld Article (funny)

Post by Larry Pisan » Wed, 25 Jun 1997 04:00:00

Hey folks...

Have you read this humorous editorial in InfoWorld (June 23, 1997) by
Nicholas Petreley?  Happy reading!


Check out:



1. INFOWORLD article

In this week's Infoworld magazine, they rated BSDI, Linux, and SCO ODT for
business internet access. BSDI came first, costing about $1000 for a 16 user
license. Linux followed close behind, with a $65 CD and book for unlimited
users. SCO ODT came dead last, WAY below Linux, and almost as expensive as
BSDI. It seems that Linux truly is ready for prime time.



*  flames to /dev/null                    Linux: choice of the GNU generation *
*  #include <disclaimer.h>                            I don't speak for NCSSM *

2. Netscape + External Applications

3. (another) entertaining InfoWorld article about Windows 95 crashes

4. Perl/finger

5. Question about Sun Memory Problem Article in InfoWorld...

6. At home as at work and at school

7. Funny article in...

8. Printer-HOWTO location?

9. funny FUNNY MS story

10. Funny, funny, good free Quotes of the day.

11. Usenet problems: getting article headers but not the articles themselves

12. A new article: "Java and Jakarta Tomcat for FreeBSD" article for the FDP

13. Interesting stuff from InfoWorld