Staples is in BIG trouble with a lot of Americans! Big trouble. Their stupidity is spreading like willdfire across the internet right now. Check out the Staples facebook page. I'm glad I don't own any stock in Staples.
What's with this MGM boycott stuff I reading about? I just got this in my email:
"Did you see the filmaker Michael Moore attack our country last night at the Oscars? Moore is supported by MGM who distributes his films..." Etc,etc.
What is the deal????
Growing too fast maybe? Looks like they have
1000's of very mad business customers today since their
entire Enhanced DSL susbscriber base cannot connect to
the Internet. This apparently has been ongoing for
two days or so.
It appears that SBC has a very
serious problem right now?
What's the deal with SBC's "Enhanced DSL" services being down for the last couple of days all over the country? Something about their gateways not working? They cannot connect to the 'Redback'???
secure. I could not find where it runs on 6.X Red Hat. Does it now??? I'm rooting for them and hope they can deliver what SCO has with Tarantella. Which is stunning!
all make $$$. You might consider these points
1) IBM has solid deals with others. One in
particular. See below.
2) RHAT won't OWN "the next
version" or ANY future version of Linux.
better buy something valuable. The Cygnus deal was
4) I don't care if RH cuts into Msoft but the LINUX
OS (Red Hat owns no Operating System) is better for
the $$$ than 98,NT etc. for most things.
Windows 2000, 2001, 2002, etc. will all have problems.
6) The court deal is stupid and
just a tax that consumers will pay.
split? O.K. with me. Heck, I hope it does flips and
8) Linux is a POSIX based OS and a
UNIX knockoff but this is where you show you don't
know your red hat from your butt. You say Unix only
runs on risc chips? Duh! What has SCO (SCOC) been
doing for a decade running on Intel chips? And, SCO
has, with IBM, (see #1 above) ALREADY ported Unixware
7 to the new 64 bit Intel chip. Do you know what
Uh, ever heard of Solaris on Intel?
Or one GREAT OS and the next "overnight success"
like Linux, FreeBSD. A great Unix OS on Intel and one
of the most stable OS's around.
Just a few