Friday, 28 December 2007

Geek challenges Gates and Jobs to a public webchat dual!

Brand Killer Robots reveal::
A geek from Kent, England has thrown his hat in the ring to challenge the worlds greatest minds in the software industry to a battle of innovative words. Stephen Ryan, editor of Brand Killer Robots and designer of the worlds first blog server said that he wanted to show the world just how far behind the curve these supposed innovators had fallen from the heady days of the 80's and 90's.

Ryan said that he believed that much of todays innovative technologies were being stifled by these people, rather than embraced. He said that Gates and Jobs and others had effectively ringfenced the current level of innovation and were effectively slowing its progress in favour of chasing the all important amercian dollar.
Ryan said that he believed that challenging them to a dual would reveal one of two things.
1. That they are no longer really innovative.
2. That they are innovative, but are effectively slowing the rate of progression of innovation in the world (for whatever reason)

Ryan said, "I don't expect them to take up the challenge and from that we can assume more than you could ever know. If they do take up the challenge" :: "better make sure the world is ready to hear about 100 new paradigms in computing".

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