Stuff worth reading (21/06/2006)

Some interesting articles on Net Neutrality by David Ernst and Andy Kessler. I’m slowly starting to lean towards letting the market sort this out without government intervention. The idea of labelling is especially appealing.

That something’s wrong in Microsoft is rather obvious given the amazing delay in releasing Vista/Longhorn (whatever it’s called this week). After listening to the LQ podcast I tracked down the MSDN blog entry mentioned in it, Broken Windows Theory. It’s an interesting look behind the curtain.

Look here to have a good laugh at RIAA and MPAA.

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