Backhanded compliments are always transparent. If you want your blog to have any credibility at all, you might want to consider putting some facts in with your opinion. You might also consider putting more of your own words in a blog post. You seem to have put the other blog's words in your own little wrapper -- hoping to get credit for the ideas.
After two interruptions due to rain, the 91st Indianapolis 500 race has been won by Scotland's Dario Franchitti, his first Indy victory.
Chastain Motorsports' Roberto Moreno, the Tux500 driver, unfortunately crashed and burned after losing control and hitting the wall on lap 37.
Oh well, maybe next time.
Full running commentary of the Indy500, for those without access to the televised event, starting 17:30 GMT+0:
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"Open source is not a movement; it's a religion. It is a set of principles and practices that let everyone share non-existent or semi-existent intellectual property. Remember the Communist Manifesto: "From each according to his ability, to each according to his need." It is this generation's Woodstock."
Written by Howard Anderson Framingham, who is:
"the senior managing director of Yankeetek, a Cambridge, Mass., venture incubator. He is also founder of The Yankee Group and the William Porter Distinguished Lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology."
The Yankee Group is the FUD arm of Microsoft, and home to that other Microsoft Shill, and generally stupid cow, Laura Didio.