A pint for Rupert -->
This time last year, it would have been a simple matter to predict that the world's supply chain would be disrupted for all things tech, and that it would not be Trump who did it, but a sudden, unexpected pandemic that impacted every aspect of our working and personal lives. Right, Gartner? So what does 2021 hold for tech's big …
Gets accused of copying a popular Linux distribution, people download Classic Shell to get the old look back since is faster. A small minority defends the new look and accuses Linux of cloning it despite being the other way around. Then Microsoft rolls a new update so terrible most people stop talking about Windows new paint job and talk about the new update instead.
Google and other Big Tech will probably shut down when most of the workforce unionises. The little wage-slaves are not to be trusted and must be sent a message. Better to shut them out by closing shop than to listen to the demands of a fair workplace and fair pay. Who the hell do these slaves think they are.
The other antisocial media giants. Does Twitter implement IP over Avian Carriers (coo!)? Reddit diversifies into a new delivery platform using cellulose derivatives . The idea that TikTok relocates to Switzerland would be just cuckoo.
Does Alibaba launch a new open source operating system called OpenSesame?