Archive for September, 2004

WHAT’S LOVE BUT AN OPEN-SOURCE EMOTION?

September 29, 2004

“If you won’t open source Java, it means you don’t love us, or at least you don’t trust us.”

Red Hat executive Michael Tiemann, working out his issues toward Sun in his blog, eWeek, 27 September 2004

BREAKING MOORE’S LAW

September 28, 2004

“Our strategy is we just motor along at 200 mph, and when we hit the brick wall, we’ll hit it at full speed.”

Intel CEO Craig Barrett, on his long-term plans for reaching the physical limits of shrinking computer chips, San Francisco Chronicle, 26 September 2004

DON’T BE ____

September 27, 2004

“Google has decided that in order to create the best possible search experience for our mainland China users we will not include sites whose content is not accessible.”

Google spokeswoman Debbie Frost, on her employer’s compliance with Chinese censors, Wired News, 25 September 2004

GRAY GOO IS GOOD FOR YOU

September 25, 2004

“This is good news for the nanotechnology community because it shows that with some very simple chemistry the toxicity of these particles can be turned off.”

Rice nanotechnology-lab director Kristen Kulinowski, on making buckyballs safe for human consumption, Houston Chronicle, 24 September 2004

TAKE A PICTURE, IT’LL LAST LONGER

September 25, 2004

“Our digital portfolio is gaining wider acceptance in commercial and consumer markets.”

Kodak CEO Dan Carp, putting the best face on his company’s disappearing conventional film business that will lead to 12,000 or more layoffs over the next three years, San Jose Mercury News, 22 September 2004

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