Back in 2006 Eric Raymond and I wrote a paper on the 64-bit transition, which is the point where the computer world switches from a 32-bit to a 64-bit OS, the way it switched from DOS to Windows back in 1990.

It's been a year since then, and it's time to follow up. How is the transition going?

August 28, 2007Why Apple may be too small to win.
September 3, 2007More on Apple's market share.
September 10, 2007Linux Roadblocks: Device Drivers and 3D support.
September 17, 2007Linux Roadblocks: Legacy API support.
September 24, 2007A picture's worth 1000 words.