Why I still don't use Apple ProductsJul 05, 2012, 13:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jack Deslippe)
I started BerkeleyLUG three years ago because I believe in the ability of technology to revolutionize the world. More specifically, I believe that open access to technology breeds future innovation and that this innovation literally defines us as culture. As evidence, I believe the success of the most important innovation of our time, the open internet, is a direct result of the availability of the open-source standards such as html and open platforms like Linux, Apache, MySQL and other open projects.
The broken patent system and companies like Apple who abuse it are destroying our chances for innovation and for creating the next great thing in tech on open platforms and standards. Instead, what we have to look forward to is a future of computing where one company controls the hardware, the platform and the communication protocols to network between devices. This is the future we will have if Apple is allowed to eliminate competition.
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