Resources for “Grass Roots vs. Giant Roars”

Resources for the print article.

“Grass Roots vs. Giant Roars” was published in the January 2005 issue of Linux Journal.

Special Report: Matsushita, Sony developing Linux-based consumer device OS:, in Linu x Devices, December 18, 2002.


Photo of the Magic PDA:

Other Unication photos start here:

Matsushita, Sony to collaborate on development of Linux platform for digital home electronic device:

Special Report: Consumer electronics giants launch Linux league:, in Linux Devices, July 3, 2003.

Hunting Penguins in the Desert, Linux Journal, March 17, 2004:

End-to-End Arguments in System Design:

David Isenberg:

The Rise of the Stupid Network:


Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal

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