It was a very annoying experience trying to see the top 10 in the list.
I actually gave up trying to click that many times! Why give any
importance to such lists? -anna
Mishi Choudhary wrote:
Eben Moglen Named to eWEEK's "Top 100 Most
Influential People in IT" List
Eben Moglen, Founding Director of the Software Freedom Law Center, has been ranked among
the Top 100 Most Influential People in IT. Ranked #92, Moglen is cited as an "expert
in open source law and one of the guiding lights of GPL 3." The list was published
online between March 15 and March 26, and published in print in the April 23 issue of
A committee of veteran writers and editors from Baseline, CIO Insight, and eWEEK
nominated individuals based on the following criteria:
The person's tangible track record of information technology success.
The scope of influence the person has beyond his or her own organization.
The ability of the individual to effect change.
The level of engagement the person has in developing today's emerging technologies.
The list is available online at http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1895,2104992,00.asp
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