[TUHS] re: media: Unix's Founding Fathers

Wesley Parish wes.parish at paradise.net.nz
Mon Jun 28 12:00:37 AEST 2004

I'm impressed at how successful the writer is at getting to the point.

A frightening number of scribblers in that neck of the woods - "economics/etc" -
need something frightfully close to "open-cranium mining" to get even simple
technical concepts.

Wesley Parish

Quoting "dmr at plan9.bell-labs.com" <dmr at plan9.bell-labs.com>:

> At this instant, there is an accessible
> link at
> http://www.economist.com/printedition/displayStory.cfm?Story_ID=2724348
> though it has some popups. A very nice story
> indeed. I talked to the author (Konstantin Kakaes)
> for a couple of hours in March. He really did want
> to know mostly about the kind of things the article
> talks about, and though the PR guy had probably told
> him that I wouldn't get into things like SCO, in fact
> that wasn't what he was interested in.
> 	Dennis
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