Recent reports are saying that the Microsoft IIS Code Red Worm has already cost nearly US$2B in damage and expenses. This is pretty incredible for a product that has only 20% marketshare. What if the marketshare figures for Apache and IIS were reversed (Microsoft wishes so) and IIS had a 63% marketshare? We’d all be getting phone calls from our moms and Grandmas asking “Why is the Internet broken?”
Press Release: Sprint Keeps Customers Entertained with Games on
the Sprint PCS Wireless Web. Interesting to watch the U.S. wireless firms follow the lead of the success DoCoMo’s i-mode has had in Japan.
Linux Today: Will Open Source Lose the Battle for the Web? Lots of interesting points made here. Argh, more stuff to think about…
ComputerWorld: Is Linux ready for the corporate desktop?
Posted by Cameron Barrett at August 14, 2001 03:36 PM