April 9, 2002

Loki: a promising plan gone terribly wrong

LinuxAndMain: ""Draeker figured that a company that wrote and sold games for Linux actually would make money. If the venture capitalists were eager to finance what anyone could see were sure losers, they surely would fall over each other in the rush to back a possible -- no, sure -- winner.

He had some high-tech experience; he'd worked at Apple in the early 1990s. Which was more experience than the heads of some other California computer companies had. This would probably work, right?"

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