Hi guys. Just FYI, a little more than a week ago I wrote a comment on one of Paul Murphy’s blog postings, called “The worst PC myth of all”. Murphy is a blogger on ZDNet. He liked my comment a lot, and he and I agreed to have it as a guest post on his blog, called “Managing L’Unix”. I changed it a bit for posting, but the message is the same. It showed up today, titled “The PC vision was lost from the get-go”.
Paul Murphy sees himself as an “agent of change” in IT systems, so he tends to talk mostly about his philosophy of infrastructure, and his own attempts at reforming it in businesses. I read his blog often, because I have gotten insights from him in the past, especially when he talks occasionally about software development/programming issues. In fact, one of his posts from a couple years ago inspired me to search for material on the internet related to something he talked about. This led to a feast of information, knowledge, and wisdom, which I have continued to explore and enjoy to this day.
—Mark Miller, https://tekkie.wordpress.com