__/ [ John Bailo ] on Saturday 09 June 2007 21:13 \__
It is indeed becoming/already is the de facto standard for most devices and
embedded designs, based on articles that quote analysts and field
The modularity, compactness, and flexibility of Linux is muchly needed when
there are size, consumption and purpose limitation. No monolithic, rigid,
and uniform binary can ever thrive here.
That will come too. People become more aware of these things when a
punishment-imposing technology (including formats) does its damage. How many
people are bound to lose their entire iTunes collection in years to come?
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