Wednesday, June 22, 2005
An interview with Linus Torvalds
Good Morning Silicon Valley: An interview with Linus Torvalds: "I do not believe that anything can 'replace' Microsoft in the market that MS is right now. Instead, what I think happens is that markets mature, and as they mature and become commoditized, the kind of dominant player like MS just doesn't happen any more. You don't have another dominant player coming in and taking its place -- to find a new dominant player you actually have to start looking at a totally different market altogether"
Posted by sugree at 10:44