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Some resources on the economics of open source or related topics.

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  • (rhk) Spoelsky on Software: Strategy Letter V; Joel Spolsky; June 12, 2002 -- Discusses the strategy of commoditizing your product's complements, which allows you to raise the price for your products. Simple example is that when air fares to Miami are on sale, prices for hotel rooms in Miami can be raised due to higher demand. Provides an explanation of why IBM, HP, Transmeta, and others are willing to support open source software development.

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