Show your support for an 'independent' Java and stick it to Larry Ellison by buying one of these T-shirts, buttons, or mugs
Free Java campaign swag
Java creator James Gosling's campaign for a "free" Java has a new twist: campaign T-shirts, coffee mugs, buttons, and a refrigerator magnet. Arriving just in time for Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne, the swag -- designed by Gosling himself and for sale at CafePress.com -- allows you to express your support for an independent and vendor-neutral Java standards process at a price and pitch that suits you. Fight the power!
This story, "'Free Java': InfoWorld's guide to the protest goodies," was originally published at InfoWorld.com. Follow the latest developments in business technology news and get a digest of the key stories each day in the InfoWorld Daily newsletter.