After the Software Wars
by Keith Curtis
Publisher: Lulu.com 2008
Number of pages: 303
Keith Curtis, an 11-year veteran of Microsoft, takes a programmer's approach in "Software Wars", attempting to systematically build a case that free software can help pave the way for a 21st-century renaissance in many fields ranging from artificial intelligence to the human journey into space. For Mr. Curtis, free software is all about leveraging our collective intelligence.
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