Back in 2006 Eric Raymond and I wrote a paper on the 64-bit transition, which is the point where the computer world switches from a 32-bit to a 64-bit OS, the way it switched from DOS to Windows back in 1990.
It's been a year since then, and it's time to follow up. How is the transition going?
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|September 3, 2007||More on Apple's market share.|
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|September 17, 2007||Linux Roadblocks: Legacy API support.|
|September 24, 2007||A picture's worth 1000 words.|