osOpinion: "In reality, open-source software does not require you to give up all your
intellectual property to the public, and it can be a viable -- even vital --
part of a business. In this article, I'll examine several of the myths
contained in Ballmer's comments, address their corresponding realities,
and provide real-world examples of how companies have used
open-source code to push their enterprise forward."
June 6, 2001