Subject: What happened to Hundred Acre Consulting (was Re: FSB History)
From: kragen@pobox.com (Kragen Sitaker)
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 1999 15:53:27 -0400 (EDT)

David Henkel-Wallace writes:
> I believe that honour [of being the first free software business to
> close] goes to Hundred Acre, perhaps in 1991, perhaps earlier.

The 1993 June GNU's Bulletin says they are expanding.  www.pooh.com
doesn't resolve now, but pooh.com is still registered.  Perhaps Bruce
Robertson can tell us more?

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