Tag Archives: attack

The Trouble With Big Webmail

So last week, a relative commented to me that a solicitor sent a letter in reply to an email. I suggested that it might be because the email reply address was on one of the major free web email providers. … Continue reading

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Would a Real Free Software Developer Group Bite Apple Like FSF Did?

I’ve been installing free software for library cataloguing onto Apples recently. It’s not been great (GNU/Linux is still easier and faster, in my opinion) but it has worked much better than older Macs. As well as making servers that are … Continue reading

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Don’t Attack Your Users

It seems to me like basic business common sense not to attack your software’s users, because they’re people who might fund your future development work, when they want some new feature adding or some adaptation making. We should hope that … Continue reading

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