August 15th, 2002

A year ago yesterday, I linked to Dave Wilson’s LA Times article entitled “Windows, Windows, everywhere”, which talked about how the homogeneity caused by a worldwide subscription licensing scheme would cause viruses to have a more devastating effect since everyone would have the same vulnerabilities.

I went back to look at it today, and it’s not there. The link doesn’t work any more and there’s no helpful message to tell me where I might find it. It may be in the archives and available for a fee, but when I found the archives I still couldn’t find the article. This makes me much less likely to link to the LA Times in future. Is it really worth it for them?

Posted on Thursday, August 15th, 2002 at 1:23 am and filed under General.

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