"The way Jason Matusow, Microsoft director of corporate
standards, does this would do credit to any Senator seeking to
filibuster a wildly-popular measure. He calls it
"I fundamentally still believe that innovations are
opportunities...and that is a good thing (for the inventor and for
society). But the “no IP restrictions” concept of
“open standards” does away with too much. Out of
"In this Matusow is pretending not to know what having a
standard means. It means everyone must use whatever it is you
offer. Standards are, almost by definition, not innovative. They
are what everyone has, what everyone is required to have."
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