More NewsQuote of the Day: Tim O’Reilly

Quote of the Day: Tim O'Reilly

"So let's assume that Google has won at search, or close enough to make no difference

“So let’s assume that Google has won at search, or close enough to make no difference. Is Microsoft better off trying to reimplement cat and ls [old UNIX utilities], or trying to figure out what’s still missing from the Internet Operating System? While they are locked in penis envy, all the really cute girls are going out with startups.”

-Tim O’Reilly, arguing Microsoft’s search obsession has distracted it from important work it could be doing in service of Web users.

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