I was just thinking, from the past few days there has been little or no contact with you people, with whom i used to interact for substantial amount of time….
The reason, actually not a worth one—EXAMS….It’s sad my friends….Imagine our rapport after we are away and not together…..
And another thing….Few of you even turned down the chance of meeting Eben Moglen, professor of law and legal history at Columbia University, and also the founder, Director-Counsel and Chairman of Software Freedom Law Center, whose client list includes numerous pro bono clients, such as the Free Software Movement…..I tell you-You’ve missed a lot !!!
It was awesome to hear him talk and i was lucky enough to get a personal introduction to him and also to ask him a few questions.
Now, my motive of working on and propagating the free softwares has got clearer…The ultimate goal at every stage of this phenomenon is to enhance and propagate freedom….Freedom of thought,Freedom to share and create….
It also aims at bridging the economic gap between a few money minters(who got rich at the cost of our freedom) and the rest of the world….
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