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SubjectRe: [OT] Re: Troll Tech [was Re: Sco vs. IBM]
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On Thursday 26 June 2003 02:27, David Lang wrote:
> Then Larry asks the question 'what will we do if we kill off the companies
> that are paying people to do this innovation and there isn't any more
> software to copy'

It's a stupid question, since:

- We won't kill off all those companies, just the lame ducks among them
- Said lame ducks spend more money on managers than software developers
anyway
- Mostly they are just copying (or outright plagiarizing) not innovating
- There will still be plenty of software when the lame ducks are gone
- We don't "copy" software, we "derive new software from existing works".

A better question to ask would be: could we possibly fit more logical
fallacies into a single sentence?

Regards,

Daniel

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