"In the last week, we've seen Schwartz slag off Red Hat, not to
mention Linux in general--which Schwartz persists in spelling linux
(lower case) on the grounds that there's more than one. Nit-picking
on this linguistic point, it's initially attractive because, if
there's only one of something it should attract a capital letter.
However Schwartz ignores the obvious precedent of Unix always being
capitalised, despite the existence of more than one Unix..."
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