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Monday March 17, 2008
11:26 PM

Two Weeks Early

[ #35926 ]

Recommended for a good chuckle: Wisdom from the way-out edge. This guy should write his own comic strip. My stomach hurts now.

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  • Having read the article I don't know whether you're talking about the author or subject of the article. That would be Cynthia Karena vs James Gosling.
  • I'm humor-impaired. Can you explain why it's funny?

    Because his language doesn't walk the talk?

    Do funny guys create funny languages?
    • Mr Gosling says he never orders the same meal at a restaurant. That's akin to a lack of innovation.

      Oh boy! What a character!

    • "We at Sun are the goofballs. We're the most open guys on the planet. We have no secrets. We talk to our customers and our competitors a lot. There's a shortage of corporate lines and public positions on things."

      Disclaimer: I know (and like) several people at Sun. I still don't believe what he said.

    • It's funny because he trashes Apple and lauds Sun. Yet Apple is thriving and Sun is fading into irrelevance. He lauds Sun's open culture yet his predicted phone/computer is being created by Apple, not Sun. Who has the reality distortion field?