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May 18, 2007


Evan Yares

Buxton is largely right.

Too bad.

Randall Newton

Joy's Law of Innovation, stated by Sun Microsystems co-founder Bill Joy, can be summarized as "innovation happens elsewhere." It is why open systems and open standards are so important. As applications become stable and stale, it is the innovation that happens elsewhere that can give it new life.

Tony in SV

Well, I have one complaint: he's still focusing on the "shrink-wrap" software market. Most software development is in-house, and it has a very different set of concerns and problems.

There's much more to software development than Apple, Adobe, Alias, and Microsoft.

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