There's a new side to choose. It helps that each of us is already on it.
Linux Journal was born in one fight and grew through a series of others.
Our first fight was for freedom. That began in 1993, when Phil Hughes started
work toward a free
software magazine. The fight for free software was still
there when that magazine was born as Linux Journal in April 1994. Then a
second fight began. That one was against all forms of closed and proprietary
software, including the commercial UNIX variants that Linux would eventually
defeat. We got in the fight for open source starting in 1998. (In 2005, I got a
ribbon for my own small part in that battle.) And last year, we began our fight
against what Shoshana Zuboff calls surveillance
capitalism, and Brett
Frischmann and Evan
Selinger call re-engineering