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Triangle Business Journal: Channeling Red Hat's mantraJan 24, 2000, 16:38 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Lee Weisbecker)
"Lisa Sullivan - the third employee hired in the embryo organization that would become Red Hat Inc. - remembers the day it first crossed her mind that she might have hold of a comet's tail."
"It was at a New York City trade show in late 1995. Sullivan and Red Hat founder Bob Young were manning a booth at a Unix Expo, selling CDs of a little-known computer operating system called Linux."
"All day, she recalled, the lines were 10-people deep."
"For eight hours there were flocks of people, sometimes more than 60 people in the booth," Sullivan says. "And they were excited. I thought, "Boy this is it. We could be on to something with this."
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