Mikael Pawlo on Tue, 6 Aug 2002 12:42:41 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> Bruce Sterling on Open Code

Not that I want to tamper with our current poll, but the speech Bruce
Sterling gave at the O'Reilly conference a couple of days ago may prove to
be this year's best speech on open code. The speech can not be easily be
summed up in a few sentences, but if you are interested in open code you
should read the transcript. Science fiction writer Sterling spans over a
wide range of subjects, like the nature of the Cathedral, the gurus and why
open source, basically, is about hanging out with the cool guys.

Read the transcript:

The Greplaw poll (on the most important IT philosopher):


Mikael Pawlo


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