ComputerNews: "When you're the CEO of a company called Oracle Inc. you're obliged to make
the occasional grandiose prediction. Back in 1996, Larry Ellison foresaw a future
in which millions of American homes would boast cheap, simple computer
devices that would sell for no more than a couple of hundred bucks and supplant
$2,000 dinosaurs running bloated software like Microsoft Windows."
February 12, 2001