"Getting a tech startup going is typically like pulling off a
spectacular stunt--riddled with risk, uncertainty, and thrill.
Basing a business on Linux and open source technology, as it turns
out, can add both safety and peril to the trick. Just ask the guys
at Stunt Computing.
"While the three men behind Stunt--the first startup to receive
support from the Beaverton, Ore.-based Open Technology Business
Center (OTBC)--are still shy about the details of their plan,
product, and possibilities, they are quick to point out that the
venture is a unique, first-of-its-kind effort to turn the open
source model into profitable business with a hardware and software
solution that is 'a response to the dilemma people are having using
multiple PCs,' according to a cautious Jason Scott, co-founder and
COO of the group..."