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It's morphing into a mere brand, a word plastered on trinkets handed out during promotional campaigns. Now that throwing Linux into your name or biz plan can mean getting the VCs hotter and hornier, it makes sense that Torvalds would want to start policing his trademark. The whole ugly scenario makes me think of last year's infamous "Linux goth slut" email from "Mike," whose bizarre thousand-word rant got sent out to a Linux advocacy newsgroup. This "slut" had practically forced him into so-called bad behavior involving drugs, sex toys and pillow talk about Windows managers. Linux is in danger of becoming a capitalist plaything. Metroactive is affiliated with the Boulevards Network. Although he's our open-source superhero, just a few days before he had been telling the Linux core development newsgroup that he planned to start seriously keeping tabs on people using the Linux name and penguin logo. On top of that, he seems to feel that he's been forced into a situation where "his" trademark is under siege from the rest of the industry. All I'm trying to say is that when you receive information, it's important to separate the real stuff from the titillating distraction. Ultimately it was unclear whether Mike was more disturbed by her sexual openness or the fact that she obviously had a brain. In his email, Mike offered readers an embarrassing, blow-by-blow description of having sex with this woman--whom he admitted frightened the hell out of him with a combination of "whorish" sexual aggression and an extensive knowledge of Linux. The question is, what might the Transmeta announcement be distracting you from? He's working for a company so secretive that it's practically legendary. They thought Mike was a slanderous birdbrain. And yet the whole thing, combined with his participation in the Super Secret Transmeta Corp, left a bad taste in my mouth. What was clear was that Mike had sent this email out in a strangely misguided effort to save his reputation after all those industry bigwigs at the convention saw him sucking face with "the slut. There's nothing like a good sex scandal to distract a community from the real issues at stake. Mike, a former Red Hat developer dork whose sex life has become far more notorious than his coding skills, wrote a psychotic, breathy description of his encounter at a convention with a woman he referred to as a Linux goth slut. Let's face it: After months of secret plotting and Pentagon-style information leakage control, Transmeta was finally unveiling its ostensible product: What I think is interesting about the whole Mike SNAFU was that his tall tale of Linux slutdom took place at the very convention where his ultra-whorish company Red Hat was hopping in bed with all the industry partners and VCs who helped make Red Hat the first-ever open source sellout corporation. I mean, who cares about Mike's inability to deal with strong women when Red Hat is turning Linux into the shiny little commodity we never wanted it to be? Torvalds' rationale was pragmatic: Linux sluts



Behind the media frenzy--which included some swell Transmeta umbrellas for the press--was megawatt Internet star and poster babe Torvalds, grinning his usual "regular geek" smile for the covers of tech publications everywhere. Mike, a former Red Hat developer dork whose sex life has become far more notorious than his coding skills, wrote a psychotic, breathy description of his encounter at a convention with a woman he referred to as a Linux goth slut. All I'm trying to say is that when you receive information, it's important to separate the real stuff from the titillating distraction. There's nothing like a good sex scandal to distract a community from the real issues at stake. Torvalds' rationale was pragmatic: Of course, the email sparked incredible controversy and anger in the Linux community, and a lengthy thread on this particular advocacy newsgroup. They thought Mike was a slanderous birdbrain. I mean, who cares about Mike's inability to deal with strong women when Red Hat is turning Linux into the shiny little commodity we never wanted it to be? Metroactive is affiliated with the Boulevards Network. And yet the whole thing, combined with his participation in the Super Secret Transmeta Corp, left a bad taste in my mouth. He's working for a company so secretive that it's practically legendary.

Linux sluts



Torvalds' rationale was pragmatic: This "slut" had practically forced him into so-called bad behavior involving drugs, sex toys and pillow talk about Windows managers. The whole ugly scenario makes me think of last year's infamous "Linux goth slut" email from "Mike," whose bizarre thousand-word rant got sent out to a Linux advocacy newsgroup. And yet the whole thing, combined with his participation in the Super Secret Transmeta Corp, left a bad taste in my mouth. The question is, what might the Transmeta announcement be distracting you from? Let's face it: I mean, who cares about Mike's inability to deal with strong women when Red Hat is turning Linux into the shiny little commodity we never wanted it to be? Behind the media frenzy--which included some swell Transmeta umbrellas for the press--was megawatt Internet star and poster babe Torvalds, grinning his usual "regular geek" smile for the covers of tech publications everywhere. In his email, Mike offered readers an embarrassing, blow-by-blow description of having sex with this woman--whom he admitted frightened the hell out of him with a combination of "whorish" sexual aggression and an extensive knowledge of Linux. To their credit, most Linux-oids took the same position that my hero Rick Moen did: Although he's our open-source superhero, just a few days before he had been telling the Linux core development newsgroup that he planned to start seriously keeping tabs on people using the Linux name and penguin logo. They thought Mike was a slanderous birdbrain. Ultimately it was unclear whether Mike was more disturbed by her sexual openness or the fact that she obviously had a brain. There's nothing like a good sex scandal to distract a community from the real issues at stake. Mike, a former Red Hat developer dork whose sex life has become far more notorious than his coding skills, wrote a psychotic, breathy description of his encounter at a convention with a woman he referred to as a Linux goth slut. He's working for a company so secretive that it's practically legendary. It's morphing into a mere brand, a word plastered on trinkets handed out during promotional campaigns. After months of secret plotting and Pentagon-style information leakage control, Transmeta was finally unveiling its ostensible product: Torvalds is supposed to be an open-source guru, but he's getting proprietary on our ass. What I think is interesting about the whole Mike SNAFU was that his tall tale of Linux slutdom took place at the very convention where his ultra-whorish company Red Hat was hopping in bed with all the industry partners and VCs who helped make Red Hat the first-ever open source sellout corporation. On top of that, he seems to feel that he's been forced into a situation where "his" trademark is under siege from the rest of the industry. All I'm trying to say is that when you receive information, it's important to separate the real stuff from the titillating distraction. Of course, the email sparked incredible controversy and anger in the Linux community, and a lengthy thread on this particular advocacy newsgroup.



































Linux sluts



He's working for a company so secretive that it's practically legendary. In his email, Mike offered readers an embarrassing, blow-by-blow description of having sex with this woman--whom he admitted frightened the hell out of him with a combination of "whorish" sexual aggression and an extensive knowledge of Linux. To their credit, most Linux-oids took the same position that my hero Rick Moen did: It's morphing into a mere brand, a word plastered on trinkets handed out during promotional campaigns. Although he's our open-source superhero, just a few days before he had been telling the Linux core development newsgroup that he planned to start seriously keeping tabs on people using the Linux name and penguin logo. Of course, the email sparked incredible controversy and anger in the Linux community, and a lengthy thread on this particular advocacy newsgroup. The whole ugly scenario makes me think of last year's infamous "Linux goth slut" email from "Mike," whose bizarre thousand-word rant got sent out to a Linux advocacy newsgroup. I mean, who cares about Mike's inability to deal with strong women when Red Hat is turning Linux into the shiny little commodity we never wanted it to be? This "slut" had practically forced him into so-called bad behavior involving drugs, sex toys and pillow talk about Windows managers. There's nothing like a good sex scandal to distract a community from the real issues at stake. Let's face it: Behind the media frenzy--which included some swell Transmeta umbrellas for the press--was megawatt Internet star and poster babe Torvalds, grinning his usual "regular geek" smile for the covers of tech publications everywhere. All I'm trying to say is that when you receive information, it's important to separate the real stuff from the titillating distraction. Torvalds is supposed to be an open-source guru, but he's getting proprietary on our ass. And yet the whole thing, combined with his participation in the Super Secret Transmeta Corp, left a bad taste in my mouth. What was clear was that Mike had sent this email out in a strangely misguided effort to save his reputation after all those industry bigwigs at the convention saw him sucking face with "the slut. Torvalds' rationale was pragmatic: Linux is in danger of becoming a capitalist plaything. What I think is interesting about the whole Mike SNAFU was that his tall tale of Linux slutdom took place at the very convention where his ultra-whorish company Red Hat was hopping in bed with all the industry partners and VCs who helped make Red Hat the first-ever open source sellout corporation. The question is, what might the Transmeta announcement be distracting you from? Metroactive is affiliated with the Boulevards Network. Mike, a former Red Hat developer dork whose sex life has become far more notorious than his coding skills, wrote a psychotic, breathy description of his encounter at a convention with a woman he referred to as a Linux goth slut. After months of secret plotting and Pentagon-style information leakage control, Transmeta was finally unveiling its ostensible product: Ultimately it was unclear whether Mike was more disturbed by her sexual openness or the fact that she obviously had a brain. They thought Mike was a slanderous birdbrain. On top of that, he seems to feel that he's been forced into a situation where "his" trademark is under siege from the rest of the industry. Now that throwing Linux into your name or biz plan can mean getting the VCs hotter and hornier, it makes sense that Torvalds would want to start policing his trademark.

Of course, the email sparked incredible controversy and anger in the Linux community, and a lengthy thread on this particular advocacy newsgroup. There's nothing like a good sex scandal to distract a community from the real issues at stake. All I'm trying to say is that when you receive information, it's important to separate the real stuff from the titillating distraction. Ultimately it was unclear whether Mike was more disturbed by her sexual openness or the fact that she obviously had a brain. He's working for a company so secretive that it's practically legendary. Torvalds is supposed to be an open-source guru, but he's getting proprietary on our ass. Now that throwing Linux into your name or biz plan can mean getting the VCs hotter and hornier, it makes sense that Torvalds would want to start policing his trademark. This "slut" had practically forced him into so-called bad behavior involving drugs, sex toys and pillow talk about Windows managers. What I think is interesting about the whole Mike SNAFU was that his tall tale of Linux slutdom took place at the very convention where his ultra-whorish company Red Hat was hopping in bed with all the industry partners and VCs who helped make Red Hat the first-ever open source sellout corporation. The question is, what might the Transmeta announcement be distracting you from? Behind the media frenzy--which included some swell Transmeta umbrellas for the press--was megawatt Internet star and poster babe Torvalds, grinning his usual "regular geek" smile for the covers of tech publications everywhere. Mike, a former Red Hat developer dork whose sex life has become far more notorious than his coding skills, wrote a psychotic, breathy description of his encounter at a convention with a woman he referred to as a Linux goth slut. After months of secret plotting and Pentagon-style information leakage control, Transmeta was finally unveiling its ostensible product: Let's face it: Linux sluts



They thought Mike was a slanderous birdbrain. After months of secret plotting and Pentagon-style information leakage control, Transmeta was finally unveiling its ostensible product: Mike, a former Red Hat developer dork whose sex life has become far more notorious than his coding skills, wrote a psychotic, breathy description of his encounter at a convention with a woman he referred to as a Linux goth slut. He's working for a company so secretive that it's practically legendary. Let's face it: Torvalds' rationale was pragmatic: What was clear was that Mike had sent this email out in a strangely misguided effort to save his reputation after all those industry bigwigs at the convention saw him sucking face with "the slut. In his email, Mike offered readers an embarrassing, blow-by-blow description of having sex with this woman--whom he admitted frightened the hell out of him with a combination of "whorish" sexual aggression and an extensive knowledge of Linux. The whole ugly scenario makes me think of last year's infamous "Linux goth slut" email from "Mike," whose bizarre thousand-word rant got sent out to a Linux advocacy newsgroup. To their credit, most Linux-oids took the same position that my hero Rick Moen did: I mean, who cares about Mike's inability to deal with strong women when Red Hat is turning Linux into the shiny little commodity we never wanted it to be? And yet the whole thing, combined with his participation in the Super Secret Transmeta Corp, left a bad taste in my mouth. Although he's our open-source superhero, just a few days before he had been telling the Linux core development newsgroup that he planned to start seriously keeping tabs on people using the Linux name and penguin logo. Of course, the email sparked incredible controversy and anger in the Linux community, and a lengthy thread on this particular advocacy newsgroup. Behind the media frenzy--which included some swell Transmeta umbrellas for the press--was megawatt Internet star and poster babe Torvalds, grinning his usual "regular geek" smile for the covers of tech publications everywhere. There's nothing like a good sex scandal to distract a community from the real issues at stake. Now that throwing Linux into your name or biz plan can mean getting the VCs hotter and hornier, it makes sense that Torvalds would want to start policing his trademark. Linux is in danger of becoming a capitalist plaything. This "slut" had practically forced him into so-called bad behavior involving drugs, sex toys and pillow talk about Windows managers. It's morphing into a mere brand, a word plastered on trinkets handed out during promotional campaigns. Metroactive is affiliated with the Boulevards Network. All I'm trying to say is that when you receive information, it's important to separate the real stuff from the titillating distraction. The question is, what might the Transmeta announcement be distracting you from? Torvalds is supposed to be an open-source guru, but he's getting proprietary on our ass. Ultimately it was unclear whether Mike was more disturbed by her sexual openness or the fact that she obviously had a brain. On top of that, he seems to feel that he's been forced into a situation where "his" trademark is under siege from the rest of the industry. What I think is interesting about the whole Mike SNAFU was that his tall tale of Linux slutdom took place at the very convention where his ultra-whorish company Red Hat was hopping in bed with all the industry partners and VCs who helped make Red Hat the first-ever open source sellout corporation.

Linux sluts



This "slut" had practically forced him into so-called bad behavior involving drugs, sex toys and pillow talk about Windows managers. Torvalds is supposed to be an open-source guru, but he's getting proprietary on our ass. Let's face it: He's working for a company so secretive that it's practically legendary. There's nothing like a good sex scandal to distract a community from the real issues at stake. Linux is in danger of becoming a capitalist plaything. They thought Mike was a slanderous birdbrain. I mean, who cares about Mike's inability to deal with strong women when Red Hat is turning Linux into the shiny little commodity we never wanted it to be? Now that throwing Linux into your name or biz plan can mean getting the VCs hotter and hornier, it makes sense that Torvalds would want to start policing his trademark. On top of that, he seems to feel that he's been forced into a situation where "his" trademark is under siege from the rest of the industry. Ultimately it was unclear whether Mike was more disturbed by her sexual openness or the fact that she obviously had a brain. Behind the media frenzy--which included some swell Transmeta umbrellas for the press--was megawatt Internet star and poster babe Torvalds, grinning his usual "regular geek" smile for the covers of tech publications everywhere. Although he's our open-source superhero, just a few days before he had been telling the Linux core development newsgroup that he planned to start seriously keeping tabs on people using the Linux name and penguin logo. After months of secret plotting and Pentagon-style information leakage control, Transmeta was finally unveiling its ostensible product: The whole ugly scenario makes me think of last year's infamous "Linux goth slut" email from "Mike," whose bizarre thousand-word rant got sent out to a Linux advocacy newsgroup. What I think is interesting about the whole Mike SNAFU was that his tall tale of Linux slutdom took place at the very convention where his ultra-whorish company Red Hat was hopping in bed with all the industry partners and VCs who helped make Red Hat the first-ever open source sellout corporation. Metroactive is affiliated with the Boulevards Network. And yet the whole thing, combined with his participation in the Super Secret Transmeta Corp, left a bad taste in my mouth. The question is, what might the Transmeta announcement be distracting you from? In his email, Mike offered readers an embarrassing, blow-by-blow description of having sex with this woman--whom he admitted frightened the hell out of him with a combination of "whorish" sexual aggression and an extensive knowledge of Linux. All I'm trying to say is that when you receive information, it's important to separate the real stuff from the titillating distraction.

Linux sluts



Now that throwing Linux into your name or biz plan can mean getting the VCs hotter and hornier, it makes sense that Torvalds would want to start policing his trademark. To their credit, most Linux-oids took the same position that my hero Rick Moen did: All I'm trying to say is that when you receive information, it's important to separate the real stuff from the titillating distraction. Torvalds is supposed to be an open-source guru, but he's getting proprietary on our ass. In his email, Mike offered readers an embarrassing, blow-by-blow description of having sex with this woman--whom he admitted frightened the hell out of him with a combination of "whorish" sexual aggression and an extensive knowledge of Linux. What I think is interesting about the whole Mike SNAFU was that his tall tale of Linux slutdom took place at the very convention where his ultra-whorish company Red Hat was hopping in bed with all the industry partners and VCs who helped make Red Hat the first-ever open source sellout corporation. Ultimately it was unclear whether Mike was more disturbed by her sexual openness or the fact that she obviously had a brain. It's morphing into a mere brand, a word plastered on trinkets handed out during promotional campaigns. And yet the whole thing, combined with his participation in the Super Secret Transmeta Corp, left a bad taste in my mouth. Mike, a former Red Hat developer dork whose sex life has become far more notorious than his coding skills, wrote a psychotic, breathy description of his encounter at a convention with a woman he referred to as a Linux goth slut. Behind the media frenzy--which included some swell Transmeta umbrellas for the press--was megawatt Internet star and poster babe Torvalds, grinning his usual "regular geek" smile for the covers of tech publications everywhere. They thought Mike was a slanderous birdbrain. Of course, the email sparked incredible controversy and anger in the Linux community, and a lengthy thread on this particular advocacy newsgroup. Torvalds' rationale was pragmatic: On top of that, he seems to feel that he's been forced into a situation where "his" trademark is under siege from the rest of the industry. Metroactive is affiliated with the Boulevards Network. After months of secret plotting and Pentagon-style information leakage control, Transmeta was finally unveiling its ostensible product: I mean, who cares about Mike's inability to deal with strong women when Red Hat is turning Linux into the shiny little commodity we never wanted it to be? There's nothing like a good sex scandal to distract a community from the real issues at stake. The whole ugly scenario makes me think of last year's infamous "Linux goth slut" email from "Mike," whose bizarre thousand-word rant got sent out to a Linux advocacy newsgroup. This "slut" had practically forced him into so-called bad behavior involving drugs, sex toys and pillow talk about Windows managers. He's working for a company so secretive that it's practically legendary. What was clear was that Mike had sent this email out in a strangely misguided effort to save his reputation after all those industry bigwigs at the convention saw him sucking face with "the slut. The question is, what might the Transmeta announcement be distracting you from? Let's face it: Although he's our open-source superhero, just a few days before he had been telling the Linux core development newsgroup that he planned to start seriously keeping tabs on people using the Linux name and penguin logo. Linux is in danger of becoming a capitalist plaything.

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