"The stupid thing is, UNIX vendors insist on defining their market down to
the point that they believe that they are market leaders (if your market is
40,000 units, and you have 35,000 of them, then you must be the big fish,
right? Time to wield that 'ol monopolistic power...), instead of competing
in the larger market.
We're all computers.
No, we're everything but mainframes.
No, we're mini-computers.
No, we're workstations and servers.
No, we're servers.
No, we're... we're... we're out of business."
-- Terry Lambert, comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc