My live blogging from the Microsoft Surface event just now.
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- routers will be running IOS for the most part and aprt from CMS's/webservers all the othe rthings you mentioned are not GP computersJun 19, 2012
- he said it was the most flexible general purpose software ... and Cisco gear is a mix, with IOS being Unix-based (early on), but the control plane on their ASR series being Linux based.Jun 19, 2012
- Linux vs. Windows is a battle between free and paid. Windows Server 2008 R2 owns Linux, in my experience (modest stuff, not server farms). But it ain't cheap, especially for more complex setups.
Funny. Had obnoxious Linux fanboys back in highschool. Now we're flooded with fanboys: Apple, COD, Linux, OpenSource... so sad.Jun 19, 2012
- I'm sure there's going to be lots of buzz for the MS 'Surface' tablet until it's release. However, in it's current state, I don't see it surviving. It's not as thin and slick as an iPAD or compact and light as a kindle fire - something that I think is very important in a tablet.. The keyboard / cover of the MS tablet is interesting, but I don't see my self wanting to use it unless I'm sitting at a table or desk - and in that case why not use a laptop.
In the END MS Surface fails to be a good tablet or laptop replacement, in my opinion.Jun 20, 2012
- I think windows 8 is pretty cool on tablets - semantic zoom etc is starting to head someplace interesting. I dont know how they convert windows users to this radically different approach to the windows UX - fingers crossed for them and companies that are willing to rethink old paradigms in general.Jun 20, 2012
- A Microsoft product with two original innovative features....... impressive.Jul 29, 2012