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Say What? Top Five IT Quotes of the Week

"ICANN has opened the Internet's naming system to unleash the global human imagination."

Rod Beckstrom, President and Chief Executive Officer of ICANN  commenting on the opening up to the new generic Top Level Domains (EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet)

 

"If you virtualize something that looks like a piece of crap, who cares?"

Pentaho CEO, Richard Daley commenting on his company's new business intelligence release which has a new user interface. (EnterpriseAppsToday)

 

"Users won't have to wait to experience the best the Web has to offer."

Johnathan Nightingale, Director of Firefox at Mozilla commenting on the new Firefox 5 release and Mozilla's rapid release cycle (Datamation)

 

"We're a global company, and there are some markets where Fast Ethernet continues to be important."

Doug Hyde, product series manager at HP Networking explaining why HP is still releasing new Fast Ethernet (100 Mb/s) switches even though Gigabit Ethernet is already widely available. (SmallBusinessComputing)

 

"If you can't be bothered to write a few more letters and make things readable, why would you expect anybody else to bother spending the time looking at your emails?"

Linux creator Linus Torvalds 'schooling' a kernel developer about the need to clarity on the developers mailing list. (LKML)

 

Sean Michael Kerner is a senior editor at InternetNews.com, the news service of Internet.com, the network for technology professionals.

"ICANN has opened the Internet's naming system to unleash the global human imagination."

Rod Beckstrom, President and Chief Executive Officer of ICANN  commenting on the opening up to the new generic Top Level Domains (EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet)

 

"If you virtualize something that looks like a piece of crap, who cares?"

Pentaho CEO, Richard Daley commenting on his company's new business intelligence release which has a new user interface. (EnterpriseAppsToday)

 

 

"Users won't have to wait to experience the best the Web has to offer."

Johnathan Nightingale, Director of Firefox at Mozilla commenting on the new Firefox 5 release and Mozilla's rapid release cycle (Datamation)

 

"We're a global company, and there are some markets where Fast Ethernet continues to be important."

Doug Hyde, product series manager at HP Networking explaining why HP is 

 

"ICANN has opened the Internet's naming system to unleash the global human imagination."

Rod Beckstrom, President and Chief Executive Officer of ICANN  commenting on the opening up to the new generic Top Level Domains (EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet)

 

"If you virtualize something that looks like a piece of crap, who cares?"

Pentaho CEO, Richard Daley commenting on his company's new business intelligence release which has a new user interface. (EnterpriseAppsToday)

 

 

"Users won't have to wait to experience the best the Web has to offer."

Johnathan Nightingale, Director of Firefox at Mozilla commenting on the new Firefox 5 release and Mozilla's rapid release cycle (Datamation)

 

"We're a global company, and there are some markets where Fast Ethernet continues to be important."

Doug Hyde, product series manager at HP Networking explaining why HP is still releasing new Fast Ethernet (100 Mb/s) switches even though Gigabit Ethernet is already widely available. (SmallBusinessComputing)

 

 

"If you can't be bothered to write a few more letters and make things readable, why would you expect anybody else to bother spending the time looking at your emails?"

Linux creator Linus Torvalds 'schooling' a kernel developer about the need to clarity on the developers mailing list. (LKML)

still releasing new Fast Ethernet (100 Mb/s) switches even though Gigabit Ethernet is already widely available. (SmallBusinessComputing)

 

 

"If you can't be bothered to write a few more letters and make things readable, why would you expect anybody else to bother spending the time looking at your emails?"

Linux creator Linus Torvalds 'schooling' a kernel developer about the need to clarity on the developers mailing list. (LKML)