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At one point, marchers came across a historical plaque that was sponsored by Microsoft. They groaned and quickly papered over the software giant's name with a bumper sticker poking fun at proprietary software that doesn't allow programmers to tinker. "Why would you buy a car with the hood welded shut?" it read.
-- news.com 16 August 2002
(The artist does not condone affixing stickers to public or private property.)
Amid the parade of journalists, competitors and others stopping by the booth, a crowd of employees from the Linux software company Red Hat descended at one point, all wearing red caps. Later a Sun Microsystems employee surreptitiously left a pile of bumper stickers on a table in Microsoft's booth. The stickers said, "Convicts should make license plates not computer software. If your software was made by a convicted monopolist, switch. Linux."
-- seattletimes.nwsource.com 21 August 2002