In a world gone law suit mad this is a fairly refreshing story of how we can fight back.
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.