[SLASHDOT] Open Source — a rebirth of true capitalism?

April 4, 2006 by A. B. Dada  
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The JBoss story is one that is close to my heart — it epitomizes much of what I believe in when it comes to my hardcore beliefs. I am a true capitalist (anarcho-capitalist) at heart, and I believe that earning money requires constant work in the field you’re in. I don’t believe in copyrights and patents either, which are a government mandate to pay residual income on products you’ve already bought. For me, the software industry is a huge mess of patents, copyrights, trademarks and proprietary code. We pay for a mess of code, and we get what we pay for. Read this entire post here.

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