One can always depend on Richard M. Stallman for a provocative take on technology issues, and his response to the death of Steve Jobs delivers. Founder of the free software (or open source) movement and the very model of the modern major iconoclast, Stallman wrote the following eulogy to Jobs on his personal blog on Oct. 6 (itís worth reading in its entirety):
Steve Jobs, the pioneer of the computer as a jail made cool, designed to sever fools from their freedom, has died.
1020 days ago
WoOoW just take it easy man ... nice work ....
I know B4B friend, but my voice is lost Unfortunately the start ........ important but did not, I'm here to show my work ....... many many many thanks.
Well...everyone I speak to in the Tech world hates Bill Gates, also. Capitalism is cruel as is the World. No comments. You gotta' be kidding Dude. Anyway-you have spoken and been heard;good luck.
i like the work, but your statement leads ppl into conversation,,just saying,,
Thank you very much friends. I have excluded the criticism, not for "evil" but because I already knew about losing. Lately I'm not sympathetic to many, I'm happy to show my work, which I dedicate my whole day, and I'm thinking not to present more works of caricature, I see some odd votes. Do not put words on the winners, I repeat my often are commissions, study, ETC ....... I think I definitely have you tired with my work, I unfortunately do not understand what it means to work entertaining, I make a work, not only to entertain but also to convey different emotions, but I notice that the winners are often funny chops. Therefore pardon my disorder. I hope maybe ... change .... Greetings and thanks.