David Zamos doesn't look as if he could single-handedly humiliate the world's largest software maker.
The well-built 21-year-old sips a jumbo cup of Starbucks coffee in the University of Akron's student union. He's looking dapper in pin-striped slacks, a navy pea coat, and a necklace of wooden beads that hugs his wide neck.
Thanks to massive doses of caffeine, Zamos (whose name rhymes with "famous") anxiously taps his Camper lace-ups against the table. A laptop sits to his right, a fat black binder to his left.
The only thing setting him apart from the other late-night crammers is that his notebook isn't filled with study guides. It's overflowing with documents from the federal lawsuit Microsoft brought against him on December 21.
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Kill Bill: David Versus Goliath
Great story from Denise Grollmus detailing one college kids' legal fight against Microsoft. Microsoft's Army Of Lawyers Was No Match For A Kid From Kent State: