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Byron's laws of software

Ive got only two laws of software. The first is that any mildly successful software program will begin to operate under the delusion it is an operating system. Thats a topic for another column. The second is that users will invent uses for a given piece of software that its designers never imagined.

EBays recent experience with Half.com is a twist on that rule. eBay bought Half.com intend......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 09/29/04


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