[rescue] UnOracle patches for Solaris

Ian Finder ian.finder at gmail.com
Wed May 19 15:54:23 CDT 2010

TouchC). Low cost public speaking- a fitting fate I suppose.

Still, it is utterly mind boggling the damage that this fellow did to two
amazing companies, and the industry on a whole. What's more concerning,
however, is that if he acted out of stupidity, and no one intervened-- well, I
think that's even more disconcerting than if he had acted out of malice and
the same had happened.

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On May 19, 2010, at 1:21 PM, "Carl R. Friend" <crfriend at rcn.com> wrote:

>   On Wed, 19 May 2010, Ian Finder wrote:
>> Someone please find this man and ruin his life.
>   The last sentence seems to intimate that that has already
> happened.  It's fitting that the individual responsible for
> so much damage to the computing environment has been reduced
> to the level of a common shill.
>   Finally, it's always worth remembering the old agade that
> states, "Never attribute to malice what is adequately explainable
> by stupidity."  I doubt the guy was a mole for Microsoft; else
> he'd still be there.  I think he was too dumb to understand the
> assets that the companies he worked for, and helped drive into
> the ground, and what they meant to the overall landscape.
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