Apple fanboys are foolish people

Richard Stallman in Zurich: The father of the movement for free software about his rebellion against administrative slack at MIT, about "foolish" Apple aficionados, current fights against evil software companies and Swiss national hero William Tell, who could serve as a role model in the fight against an unjust copyright. By the way: After the camera was turned off, Richard and I talked about some other topics: Ads in the web and his Free Software song. This part is available as audio recording here, just skip to minute 20:37: http://www.stadtfilter.ch/DigitalPodcast/Digital20160517

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