Question From a Reader

The following question came in from a reader who happened to catch one of my posts on a programming email list. ==== As usual, I quite enjoy your detailed analysis coupled with historical contexts, since I learned my trade through those days (Sun SPARC workstations, VAX minicomputers running VMS, etc.).  They are always entertaining, usually …

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So – You Think Commodity Hardware and a Free OS are Business Worthy

We may soon, for the first time, see executives go to prison for this ludicrous decision and the actions they took after. If you haven’t heard of the Equifax Inc. (EFX) data breach you haven’t turned on either a radio or a television or went to an actual news site with your browser. Business after Business …

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Wrong Bucket for the Job

Today I see on-line Wall Street is trying to force Congress into giving it a bail out by joining in a massive sell off. For about a week now I have been hearing the Wall Street supporters saying “leave executive pay out of this package, deal with it later.” Yeah right. If there is a …

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The Ever Shrinking Stock Market

January 2008. The piper has come to be paid and our elected officials are still too busy lining their own pockets to worry about promises made in the past. There is no longer any method of taxing a solution into place. Social Security is about to go bankrupt from a double whammy. The news only …

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