Philip Rieck makes a great point about the obsession with "revolutionary innovation" quite a few people have. Little steps count too, he says, and there's good stuff in old things and I absolutely agree. At TechEd in Barcelona I said in one of my talks that people should read less computer books published in 2003 and more of those published in 1973.
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