Monthly disclaimer

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 02/28/2011

Open Source iPad Apps Baker Ebook Framework “Baker is an HTML5 ebook framework to publish on the iPad using open web standards.” Licensed under the BSD open source license. tags: HTML5 ebook ipad framework Other news What would you do with Open.org? | ITworld “The domain name was recently acquired…

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POSSCON: My talk has a name and is scheduled

As I previously announced, I’ll be speaking at POSSCON 2011 in Columbia, South Carolina on March 23. I’ll be on the panel “The Future of Open Source” from 10 to 10:45 am and then I’ll be giving the talk “Landmines for Open Source in the Mobile Space” from 1:10 to…

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Sailing: Start of the 2011 season

It was October 10th of last year when I published my final blog entry on my very abbreviated 2010 sailing season. We bought a used 1988 Catalina 22 sailboat in July, got it into Lake Ontario in August, and then pulled it out in early October. The pull-out date was…

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Daily links for 02/27/2011

Sources: iPad 2 lands in thinner body with spec bump and cameras, SD slot and higher resolution display are out — Engadget “So what will we see on March 2nd? We’re hearing it’s most likely a thinner, spec-bumped variation of the original iPad with a screen size and resolution identical…

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Daily links for 02/25/2011

Five things we want from the new iPad, and why – CNN.com “Apart from the new iPad, that means one thing: speculation. I’m not immune, so here’s my list of things I think will make it into an already capable machine. I have stuck to features, rather than things like…

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Daily links for 02/24/2011

Internet-savvy ‘Firefly’ fans fly back into the fight – CNN.com “Just days after an apparently offhand comment from Nathan Fillion, who played Capt. Malcolm Reynolds on the short-lived Fox series, the Web has once again lit up with efforts to revive the sci-fi franchise. Last week, Fillion, who now stars in…

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Almost trout season

Yesterday my family and I drove through southern Vermont on our way home from a visit to my in-laws in New Hampshire. Whenever possible, I try to drive through Arlington, a small town nestled in the Green Mountains south of Manchester. A key feature for me as well is that…

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Daily links for 02/23/2011

Apple to Unveil IPad 2 on March 2 in San Francisco | Kara Swisher | BoomTown | AllThingsD “Analysts expect the iPad 2 to be thinner than its predecessor and feature an improved display, as well as front-facing camera and Facetime video chat support. And some reports suggest it will…

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Daily links for 02/22/2011

Navisurfer II brings Ubuntu to your car | Expert Reviews “Based on a Celeron M low-power processor running at 1.3GHz and with 250GB of storage for movies and music, the Navisurfer is an impressive device in its own right – but the addition of a GPS receiver and 3G HSDPA…

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