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The postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent my employer’s positions, strategies or opinions. Blog entries before 2010 are in my Archived Blog.

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Daily links for 05/30/2010

Top Open Source Tools For Writers “In the open source arena, there are many great writerly applications available. Here are some good resources for finding them.” tags: open-source Will an open-source alternative to Facebook actually work? | NetworkWorld.com Community “Meanwhile, the Diaspora kids have raised nearly $200K (after shooting for…

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Weekend images, before the work

Before my son and I started working in the backyard on Saturday I took a few photos related to the work to be done. One of my first errands in the morning was to go to the farm market and get a few additional vegetable plants for the garden. Half…

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Life in the garden, end of May

There are two days left to May, but it feels like Summer here in northwest New York State. I will be planting the vegetable garden tomorrow, but there are plenty of plants in bloom or making good showings before Spring says goodbye for 2010. Here’s a visual update, one month…

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Daily links for 05/29/2010

MeeGo 1.0 Arrives for Linux Netbooks – www.enterprisemobiletoday.com “After three months of development, the 1.0 release of the MeeGo open source Linux mobile operating system is now available. MeeGo is joint effort led by Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) and Nokia (NYSE: NOK) that was first announced in February. MeeGo combines elements…

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Daily links for 05/28/2010

The Spring 2010 Linux Distro Scorecard | Linux.com “Which Linux distro should I use? It’s one of the most common questions for new and aspiring Linux users. There’s so many to choose from, how can you pick the right one? Let’s see if we can help clear it up a…

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Daily links for 05/26/2010

The Wesnothian Ambassador to the App Store, Feature Story from GamePro Game designer Kyle Poole discusses ‘falling in love’ with Vietnam, getting legal threats from Nintendo, and what a huge task it was bringing open-source strategy classic Battle for Wesnoth to the iPhone and iPad. tags: ipad, games Posted from…

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Daily links for 05/25/2010

iPads banned from Yankee Stadium | ZDNet “The iPad is turning out to be quite the unwelcome guest in many locations. The latest one is Yankee Stadium, which has banned the flashy 9.7-inch tablet computer from the venue.” tags: ipad, ban, yankees Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite…

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Daily links for 05/23/2010

Novell’s SLE update adds full KVM support, improved clustering “Novell announced SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE) 11 Service Pack 1 (SP1) in server and desktop versions. SLE 11 SP1 advances the server version’s virtualization capabilities with full support for KVM, while boosting high availability clustering support, and the desktop version updates…

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Daily links for 05/21/2010

Television – As ‘Lost’ Ends on ABC, Mythology Trumps Mystery – NYTimes.com “The mood among many of the show’s followers as they confront Sunday’s finale seems to be a mixture of regret and relief. Whatever happens to Jack and Kate and Sawyer on Sunday night, we’re getting off the island.”…

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