January 28, 2006
Linux Growth in Developing Countries Soaring Past Microsoft
While I worked on new PCs in school, my friends in Panama wanted me to help them with RPG II on their their IBM System 3. In case you don't remember or even know, the System 3 was IBM's low-end business computer. When introduced in the 1970s, the System 3 seemed like state of the art. By the time it got to developing countries in central and south America it was out of production in the US and the IBM PC had taken over the market.