Paul Graham posts a long, controlled rant about the open source model that claims:
It's good stuff. I love lines like the following:
So the average quality of writing online isn't what the print media are competing against. They're competing against the best writing online. And, like Microsoft, they're losing.
Of course Graham is an idealistic startup-guy / academic geek who still programs in Lisp, and the big company he thinks is doing things right is of course, Google. Everyone loves a winner, don't they?