Oct 23rd 2009 4:44PM Are all you MS haters clueless? You sit here and speak like you know what Mr. Torvalds is thinking and apparently you do not. See below:
I'm a big believer in "technology over politics". I don't care who it comes from, as long as there are solid reasons for the code, and as long as we don't have to worry about licensing etc issues. I may make jokes about Microsoft at times, but at the same time, I think the Microsoft hatred is a disease. I believe in open development, and that very much involves not just making the source open, but also not shutting other people and companies out. There are 'extremists' in the free software world, but that's one major reason why I don't call what I do 'free software' any more. I don't want to be associated with the people for whom it's about exclusion and hatred. -- Linus Torvalds to ars technica 7-27-09
Get a clue.
Oct 23rd 2009 4:40PM @Terry:
Are you really that dumb? I don't nor does anyone else see how a sub 2% market share is eating anyone's lunch.
Oct 23rd 2009 4:36PM Do you even understand what net neutrality is? Apparently you do not because you are saying allowing monopolies is good for the customer.
Sep 25th 2009 11:04AM Are you really this dumb? Do you even realize that what the FCC is trying to do is make sure there are NO controls over what you see, hear, and download on the net? Why don't you learn the definition of net neutrality before making uninformed idiotic statements.
Sep 25th 2009 11:02AM Marck Cuban has no idea what the hell he is talking about. He is supporting allowing cable companies to determine which kind of traffic you can and cannot pass and at whats peed it happens.
He has no idea what he is talking about there are NO 100Mbps "Ethernet" Internet connections available anywhere in the USA to the consumer that are affordable.
The idea that an ISP who sells voice service and television should be able to determine at what speed your streaming video runs at whatspeed your VoIP runs is ridiculous. Do you really think they are not going to promote their own services by throttling their competitors traffic?
Normally I like Mark Cuban but in this case it is painfully obvious he has no idea what he is talking about.
Net neutrality is good, what people do not understand is that this is really a fight by the major ISP's to try and make sure they do not have to expand their infrastructure without charging the common consumer a fortune.
I am not sure what kind of S**tty connection he has but I am using cheap AT&T 6Mbps DSL and my wife and I can play our MMORPG's, download, and watch LIVE streaming video all at the same time and there is no BUFFERING. The reason for this is that live video does not buffer.
Sure youtube videos buffer, but that is due to the fact that they are NOT streaming.
The onyl people who fight net neutrality are the morons who have no vlue what they are talking about.
May 13th 2009 2:51PM Well, I guess if Microsoft had a 6.7% market share they would have 6.7% of the viruses directed at their O/S's wouldn't they. I love how Apple tries to claim superirority. If they were so superior why did they change over to all PC hardware a year or two ago LOL.
Aug 28th 2007 1:19PM Compy, you apparently have no clue about United States law. The U.S. Supreme court determined it is NOT a crime to modify electronics you purchased. When you purchase a piece of electronic equipment it is yours and you are entitled to do anything you want to it. Think before you speak.
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