clearly the talk show format of 10 minutes with a guest with a few commercials interspersed in is very far from ideal, but just as far from ideal is 1h51m with a guest.
Has someone posted a shorted edited version of this yet?
Richard Stallman on James Gosling:
“[…] a friend of mine told me that because of his work in early development of Gosling Emacs, he had permission from Gosling in a message he had been sent to distribute his version of that. Gosling originally had set up his Emacs and distributed it free and gotten many people to help develop it, under the expectation based on Gosling’s own words in his own manual that he was going to follow the same spirit that I started with the original Emacs. Then he stabbed everyone in the back by putting copyrights on it, making people promise not to redistribute it and then selling it to a software-house. My later dealings with him personally showed that he was every bit as cowardly and despicable as you would expect from that history.”
— Richard Stallman, lecture at KTH (Sweden), 30 October 1986
11:30 – ~14:40 seems James has some form of synesthesia
I felt like there was much more to say in the interview, need a part 2 asap
The 1980s are far, far from "the early days or computing."
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On the bonkers coloration palette of Garfield comics