April 23, 2004

Open Season

Matthew Szulik figured out a way to make money selling free software. So much for plaudits. He's been called a sellout, a parasite and the ruination of the

Matthew Szulik makes a very attractive target. The 6-foot-5 chief executive of Red Hat stands in the pit of a small auditorium at Stanford
University's Gates (as in Bill) Computer Science Building. He has just wrapped up his presentation to 75 computer scientists on the future of
software, and the grilling begins.

Link: forbes.com


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