To avoid being open-sourced, show them the code!

This may seem ironic, but one of the best defenses against having your proprietary or non-open sourced software product become open sourced is to show people your code with a restrictive license. Ideally, you would want to show it to exactly those people who would be most likely the ones…

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Links for 3 November, 2004

Internet Explorer Takes Another Market-Share Hit Is IBM the Grid King in Financial Services? Oops! Ford and Oracle mega-software project crumbles Open-Source Software Use Joins The Mix Microsoft’s “Java Envy” Is Undeniable, Don Box Admits (SYS-CON) Regarding the last link, I should note that Don’s comments were part of a…

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Baseball = late nights, fewer entries

Last night as I was trying to fall asleep after monitoring but not watching the Yankees/Red Sox game (I have enough stress in my life), I came up with all sorts of great ideas for blog entries. Most of them seemed to vanish after I awoke with only 5 hours…

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