Modern ist das:
There’s a name for people who work for the love of it: amateurs. The word now has such bad connotations that we forget its etymology, though it’s staring us in the face. „Amateur“ was originally rather a complimentary word. But the thing to be in the twentieth century was professional, which amateurs, by definition, are not.
That’s why the business world was so surprised by one lesson from open source: that people working for love often surpass those working for money.
aus What Business Can Learn From Open Source, via ???
Der Schreiber hinter diesem tollen Artikel – Paul Graham – scheint kein NoName in der IT Branche zu sein, eher im Gegenteil: Seine Bio.