Globe and Mail: Red Hat Must Learn to Live with Strange Bedfellows
Nov 16, 2006, 22:00 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Shane Schick)
"The Red Hat logo is not as familiar as the coloured panes of
Microsoft's Windows, but it's far more romantic and striking.
"It features the shadowy face of a man surrounded by darkness,
wearing a scarlet fedora with the brim pulled down slightly over
his eyes. However, as successful as Red Hat has been, the time may
have come for company executives to give customers a closer look at
who they really are..."