Ray Ozzie talks about devices, startups, IP and open source at State Conference

Ray Ozzie, Microsoft's chief software architect, didn't make any earth-shaking news at Washington Technology Alliance luncheon in downtown Seattle -- despite jokingly pretending at one point that he was pulling a list of Microsoft's secret projects from his jacket pocket. He did, however, say some interesting things on a wide range of topics, responding to questions from […]

Ray Ozzie, Microsoft's chief software architect, didn't make any earth-shaking news at Washington Technology Alliance luncheon in downtown Seattle -- despite jokingly pretending at one point that he was pulling a list of Microsoft's secret projects from his jacket pocket. He did, however, say some interesting things on a wide range of topics, responding to questions from the University of Washington's Ed Lazowska. To start, here's a video clip of Ozzie's comments on the role of intellectual property at a time of booming online collaboration and open-source projects.

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