The Apple exception: where open innovation theory breaks down
Feb 03, 2010, 03:02 (7 Talkback[s])
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"But even their open stuff seems decidedly, well... closed.
"BI've noticed Google has been making a much bigger deal about
their openness recently, and you have to imagine that part of the
reason for this is to differentiate themselves in the consumer
market from Apple.
"BYet, having lived in the open source world for the last 10+
years, and knowing more than my fair share of open source true
believers, I can tell you that no company can make more folks put
their beliefs aside for a shiny new object quicker than Apple."