November 02, 2002

This is NOT about the Microsoft Decision

The Microsoft Decision is upon us. I'm not adding my two bits. Forget it. I do read through legal decisions at times, because I like original source documents. But I'm not going to slog through 344 pages and try to find something to say about it, something which hasn't already been said elsewhere by pundits with far more of an audience than me. In fact, I've probably got a better chance of attracting any notice by writing that I'm not writing about it.

Read Lawmeme's coverage summary

Actually, Lawmeme has lots of coverage itself

The story on has a phrase worth noting:

Talking heads and typing fingers with little or no understanding of this technology will be orally menstruating their half-cocked and half-cooked ideas everywhere you turn.

That's an odd way of putting things, but the idea is clear. I refuse to add to the plague of punditry here.

By Seth Finkelstein | posted in journo | on November 02, 2002 08:06 PM (Infothought permalink)

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