John C. Dvorak, the legendary PC Magazine columnist, recently wrote a column about open source software (from the angle of Sun/Oracle and open source licensing). In it, he called PostgreSQL a MySQL killer – and every time misspelled it as PostgrSQL.
Come on, John, it’s not like PostgrSQL accidentally came up in your spell check… or that you don’t have editors who know the proper spelling of common tech companies. Do you?
What’s next? Will Dvorak lament the failure of the next operating system to come out of MicroSoft?