The beautification of the OSI Model with Document Imaging

I was recently taking some online courses on software development best-practices courtesy of Coursera.  In these courses they would use the phrase ‘beautiful code’ to describe well-written software code.  This means that the software is written in a fashion that is efficient and not bloated.  Microsoft Vista, for example, was the epitome of NOT beautiful code because it was slow, had limited native hardware support and not enough compelling innovation.  On…

September 11