American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- John of Austria Known as Don John. 1547-1578. Spanish general who commanded the fleet that defeated the Turks at the Battle of Lepanto in the Gulf of Corinth (1571) and captured Tunis (1573).
“Perhaps we've lost Stallman's generation on this front, both because industry has a strong hold on the AFBF and because it's hard to teach an old dog new tricks.”
“Stallman's arguments against this smaller approach to agriculture ignores reality.”
“Mixed responses from Sir Tim Berners-Lee's hopes, and Richard Stallman's fears.”
“It's like Amazon read Stallman's Right To Read and said to themselves, Hey, what a great idea!”
“And now, they're busy pretending that Stallman's tale wasn't just another science fiction short in the dystopian-future subgenre.”
“It's not every day you see Stallman's "Four Freedoms" included in a presidential decree:”
“What struck me is that this is the driving force behind free software - Stallman's belief that we must share software that we find interesting or useful.”
“Link to Stallman's blog post (Thanks, John, and Ryan)”
“Unfortunately, Symbolics had most of the top LISP programmers, having recruited all Stallman's fellow hackers at MIT's AI Lab, and thereby destroying its community.”
“On Stallman's site he says: Sainthood in the Church of Emacs requires living a life of purity ...”
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