"The average yearly salary of a Cuban information technology
professional is $180. Microsoft Windows XP Professional retails on
Amazon.com for $269. That fact alone would be reason enough for
free and open-source software programs to be a sensible solution to
Cuba's IT needs. Then there's the additional niggling little
problem that the U.S. trade embargo makes it illegal to export
Microsoft products to Cuba. It's a slam dunk no brainer!
Microsoft's Jim Allchin once trashed open-source software as
un-American. So how do you say 'bring it on!' in Spanish...?"