This may be the exception that proves Betteridge’s Law.1 It’s too soon to put a number…
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The law, named for Ian Betteridge, states that any headlong ending in a question mark can be answered no. [↩]
Steve Wildstrom is veteran technology reporter, writer, and analyst based in the Washington, D.C. area. He created and wrote BusinessWeek’s Technology & You column for 15 years. Since leaving BusinessWeek in the fall of 2009, he has written his own blog, Wildstrom on Tech and has contributed to corporate blogs, including those of Cisco and AMD and also consults for major technology companies.