Tag Archives: Linux

Virtual Life with Linux: Standalone OpenSim on Ubuntu 13.10

This post is a great example of why you should never say that you are starting a new series of blog entries. In February of 2010, I wrote a blog post called Virtual Life with Linux: Standalone opensim on Ubuntu … Continue reading

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Second Life and OpenSim revisited

Several years ago I spent quite a bit of time in Second Life when it was the hot 3D social world. The promise was that you could build and visit worlds that had been uniquely constructed by the users. As … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 02/16/2014

After Linux civil war, Ubuntu to adopt systemd | ZDNet “It was an ugly fight at times. On one side you had Ubuntu favoring its Upstart program to replace the old Unix/Linux init daemon, which oversees the operating system’s start-up … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 01/17/2014

Red Hat | Red Hat and the CentOS Project Join Forces to Speed Open Source Innovation “This collaboration strengthens Red Hat‘s proven business model by extending the Red Hat open source development ecosystem. Red Hat anticipates that taking a role … Continue reading

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My annotated programming language history

I’ve been coding, a.k.a programming, since I was 15 years old. Since then I’ve used many programming languages. Some of them have been for work, some have been for fun. I mean, really, who hasn’t done some programing while on … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 12/10/2013

Goodbye athlete’s foot: IBM researchers craft nanomedicine to kill fungi where other meds fail | VentureBeat | Health | by Dean Takahashi “IBM researchers and a team in Singapore have taken common plastic and engineered it into a nanomedicine that … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 12/07/2013

Restaurant on Google Glasser: Man-child stinking up the joint | Technically Incorrect – CNET News “A Seattle restaurant, the latest to ban Google Glass, tells those who insist on wearing the high-tech specs to “just shut up and get out.”” … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 10/22/2013

Ubuntu Touch: The smartphone Ubuntu Linux arrives | ZDNet “Never forget that Ubuntu Touch is what Canonical, Ubuntu’s parent company, sees as Ubuntu’s real future. The Linux desktop is great, but it shows little sign of paying back Ubuntu founder … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 10/04/2013

UNIX tips: Learn 10 good UNIX usage habits “When you use a system often, you tend to fall into set usage patterns. Sometimes, you do not start the habit of doing things in the best possible way. Sometimes, you even … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 09/27/2013

Nvidia seeks peace with Linux, pledges help on open source driver (Updated) | Ars Technica “Few companies have been the target of as much criticism in the Linux community as Nvidia. Linus Torvalds himself last year called Nvidia the “single worst company” … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 09/24/2013

Apple updates iMacs: Haswell, PCIe SSD, and 802.11ac | Ars Technica “Just a day after announcing its iPhone launch numbers, Apple is updating its iMac lineup. Last year’s all new iMac was an impressive performer and quite the looker, and … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 09/21/2013

Linux Development: 7 Surprising Facts About Who Writes Linux Apps “The Linux kernel got its start 22 years ago with the work of Finnish software developer Linus Torvalds. Over the past two decades, Torvalds’ project has grown significantly as an … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 09/17/2013

IBM Again Pledges $1 Billion to a Linux Effort – Digits – WSJ “The computer giant on Tuesday plans to pledge that it will spend $1 billion over four or five years on Linux and related open-source technologies for use … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 08/12/2013

Running Linux on a Windows PC: Your getting started guide | ITworld “So, you’re finally considering giving Linux a try. It’s about time! And it’s really not as scary (or different) as you may think. The myth that you had … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 08/09/2013

Open source gets its own crowd-funding site, with bounties included “Many open source projects (from phones to programming tools) have taken to crowd-funding sites (such as Kickstarter and indiegogo) in order to raise the cash needed for large-scale development. And, … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 08/07/2013

Westcliff High School switches to Linux | opensource.com “Around a year ago, a school in the southeast of England, Westcliff High School for Girls Academy (WHSG), began switching its student-facing computers to Linux, with KDE providing the desktop software. The … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 08/06/2013

IBM’s Irv Lustig on Taking CAP Exam – YouTube “IBM‘s Irv Lustig was one of the first INFORMS members to take the new INFORMS CAP (Certified Analytics Professional) exam. In this interview recorded at the 2013 INFORMS Analytics Conference in … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading on 07/31/2013

20 Years of Top500 Data Show Linux’s Role in Supercomputing Breakthroughs | Linux.com “The Linux community has delighted in watching Linux become the dominant OS running on Top500 machines over the past decade. And there has been no shortage of … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/08/2013

The Linux desktop is already the new normal | Open Source Software – InfoWorld “A debate is smoldering yet again in the Linux community as prominent figures debate whether it’s time to give up hope on the “year of the … Continue reading

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Social Media and the Professional: Enterprise Social Media

In this series I’m looking at my experiences using social media as a business professional. In this entry I examine the rules and policies I personally use regarding enterprise social media. In the introduction to this series of blog entries, … Continue reading

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Daily links for 03/05/2013

IBM, OpenStack, and the cloud IBM Makes a Big Bet on OpenStack in the Cloud – Arik Hesseldahl – News – AllThingsD “The open source software for running cloud computing installations just got a big new name in its camp: … Continue reading

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Daily links for 02/04/2013

Manage the sentiment of your city “In this article, we explain in detail how city leaders can configure automated sentiment analysis for social media sites for the topics of interest to them by using the recently released Sentiment Analysis dashboard, … Continue reading

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Daily links for 12/29/2012

Mathematician Ramanujan’s secrets unlocked | MNN – Mother Nature Network “While on his death bed, the brilliant Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan cryptically wrote down functions he said came to him in dreams, with a hunch about how they behaved. Now … Continue reading

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Daily links for 09/05/2012

The truth about Goobuntu: Google’s in-house desktop Ubuntu Linux | ZDNet “Thomas Bushnell, the tech lead of the group that manages and distributes Linux to Google‘s corporate desktops unveiled Goobuntu from behind Google’s curtain at LinuxCon, the Linux Foundation‘s annual … Continue reading

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Where I’ve been

It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted an entry here. It’s been a very busy summer both in my personal life as well as my business one. I changed jobs within IBM effective August 1: I went from the … Continue reading

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Daily links for 06/12/2012

Microsoft Adds Linux To Azure Cloud Platform “Microsoft (NSDQ:MSFT) on Thursday is unveiling new Windows Azure cloud services, including support for Linux-based operating systems. Microsoft, which thought of Linux as a rival, will now offer several Linux distributions. They are Suse … Continue reading

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Daily links for 06/01/2012

IBM Design – Design gallery: Open RIA – Maqetta Mobile Authoring Overview “Maqetta is an IBM-initiated Dojo Foundation open source project for visual authoring of HTML5 user interfaces, for both desktop and mobile platforms. Maqetta includes many features that allow … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/30/2012

Technology Leaders Support OASIS Standards for Open Data Protocol – MarketWatch “Based on that demand, Citrix Systems Inc., IBM Corp., Microsoft Corp., Progress Software, SAP AG and WSO2 are proposing an Open Data Protocol (OData) Technical Committee (TC) in the … Continue reading

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What I learned about mobile at IBM Impact 2012

In this post I talk about IBM mobile products and what happened at a large IBM conference. As a result, it is more specific to IBM’s offerings than some of my other blog entries. This week I’ve been in Las … Continue reading

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Daily links for 03/20/2012

Android and Linux re-merge into one operating system | ZDNet “Android has always been Linux, but for years the Android project went its own way and its code wasn’t merged back into the main Linux tree. Now, much sooner than … Continue reading

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Return to “Landmines for Open Source in the Mobile Space”

Before I had my current job involving the IBM mobile platform and product management for the WebSphere Application Server, I worked on Linux and open source. In March of 2011, I gave a talk at POSSCON called “Landmines for Open … Continue reading

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Stats for browsers and operating systems accessing sutor.com

I haven’t posted the stats for browser and operating system access to this website since last July, but since I’ve been doing a lot of posting lately on mobile topics, I thought it would be useful to check the stats … Continue reading

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Daily links for 02/22/2012

John Thompson To Join Microsoft Board “Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) said Monday that John Thompson was appointed to the company’s board of directors, returning the board’s size to 10 members.” tags: microsoft Ubuntu for Android: Canonical brings Ubuntu desktop to docked … Continue reading

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Daily links for 01/25/2012

Mark Shuttleworth » Blog Archive » Introducing the HUD. Say hello to the future of the menu. “The desktop remains central to our everyday work and play, despite all the excitement around tablets, TV’s and phones. So it’s exciting for … Continue reading

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Daily links for 01/20/2012

Red Hat releases third version of its Enterprise Virtualisation platform – Update – The H Open Source: News and Features “As before, the RHEV hypervisor, which is only a few hundred megabytes in size, virtualises using KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) … Continue reading

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Daily links for 01/12/2012

IBM Sametime – Apps on Android Market “We are very excited to bring you IBM Sametime for Android! This gives you access to IBM’s award-winning platform for Unified Communications on today’s hottest Android devices.” tags: mobile lotus sametime android AT&T … Continue reading

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Getting started with mobile in the enterprise: The IBM Mobile Technology Preview

Over the last 15 years of my career, I’ve seen several ideas or technology trends capture a significant amount of customer, press, and analyst attention. There was Java, XML, web services, SOA, and cloud. In and around all those were … Continue reading

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Daily links for 11/02/2011

Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux will battle for mobile developers | Mobile Technology – InfoWorld “But at mobile application developer Big Nerd Ranch, President Aaron Hillegass has seen mobile Linux efforts before and stressed the need for a viable ecosystem. “It isn’t … Continue reading

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Daily links for 10/10/2011

Ubuntu 11.10 will support arm processors to take on red hat – The Inquirer “LINUX VENDOR Canonical has said that Ubuntu 11.10 will be the first to support both x86 and ARM architectures. Canonical’s popular Ubuntu Linux distribution will get its … Continue reading

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Daily links for 09/23/2011

Microsoft confirms that UEFI ‘secure boot’ might lock out Linux and older versions of Windows from new PCs | ZDNet “A few days ago, Red Hat developer Matthew Garrett raised the possibility that Linux (not to mention earlier versions of … Continue reading

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Daily links for 09/17/2011

Open sourcing the post-Irene Vermont flood relief effort “Two weeks ago, in the wake of tropical storm Irene’s devastating flooding in Vermont’s Mad River Valley, local residents organized a MRV Flood Relief initiative. What began as a self-organized volunteer effort … Continue reading

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Daily links for 09/14/2011

Google Watch – Android Vs. iPhone – There’s Room for More Than Apple, Google in Mobile “The firm’s prediction is that by 2015 more U.S. Internet users will access the Internet through mobile devices than through PCs or other wireline … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/19/2011

A tale of two failures: Microsoft’s Kin and HP’s TouchPad | ZDNet “Last year, Microsoft pulled the plug on its Kin phone after only seven weeks. HP just discontinued its TouchPad after even a shorter lifespan. It’s embarrassing to fail … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/13/2011

Linux Top 10 Things Linux Users Don’t Understand « FOSS Force “So, here it is, just to prove that we don’t always pick on Windows, ten things that Linux users don’t understand.” tags: linux users Mobile Mobile Sites vs. Mobile … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/11/2011

Caching IBM Redbooks | WebSphere eXtreme Scale Best Practices for Operation and Management “This IBM® Redbooks® publication contains a summary of the leading practices for implementing and managing a WebSphere® eXtreme Scale installation. The information in this book is a … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/04/2011

Apparently, Android Is the Least Open of the Open Source Platforms “The study, done by market research firm, VisionMobile took a look at Android, Eclipse, the Linux kernel, MeeGo, Firefox, Qt, Symbian and WebKit and focused on their open governance, … Continue reading

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Daily links for 08/02/2011

WebSphere Application Server V8.0 samples “WebSphere Application Server V8 samples are new and improved! Although you will continue to find key sample applications installed with the product, most samples are now available online and can be accessed from a new … Continue reading

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Stats for browsers and operating systems accessing sutor.com

It’s been a while since I last put up some stats about what browsers and operating systems access my website at sutor.com. Traditionally, Firefox did well, followed by Internet Explorer, and then Chrome. The last two are now reversed. Since … Continue reading

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Daily links for 07/19/2011

Top Five Linux Contributor: Microsoft | ZDNet “At first, this code wasn’t open-sourced at all, but in 2009, it was discovered that some GPL code was already in Hyper-V’s Linux drivers. So it was that “In a break from the … Continue reading

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Daily links for 07/06/2011

Apple passes RIM in U.S. smartphone share — Apple News, Tips and Reviews “Apple’s iOS is now the number two smartphone platform in the U.S., according to market research firm comScore. Apple rose to second place during the three-month period … Continue reading

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Daily links for 06/21/2011

Linux News: Desktop: Keeping the Desktop Dream Alive: Q&A With Linux Foundation’s Jim Zemlin, Part 1 “In 2007, Linux was heralded as the desktop of the future. However, the history of Linux on the desktop has been a story of … Continue reading

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New position within IBM

It’s been effective for a week, so I guess I can spill the beans here and say that I’ve shifted to a new executive position within IBM, namely to be the Vice President for WebSphere Foundation Product Management in the … Continue reading

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New book about 100 years of IBM

As some of you know, I’ve been working for IBM for 28 years, though I was but a child when I started. Evidently it existed before I got here, and the full 100 year history is discussed in a new … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/31/2011

Linaro: Now a Year Old, the Linux Effort Begins to Deliver | PCWorld Business Center “Linaro was launched at Computex in 2010 by ARM, IBM, Freescale, Samsung, ST-Ericsson and TI with the mission of reducing fragmentation, increasing optimization and making … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/26/2011

How to choose a license for your own work – GNU Project – Free Software Foundation (FSF) “People often ask us what license we recommend they use for their project. We’ve written about this publicly before, but the information has … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/25/2011

Microsoft Skype breaks open-source partnership | ZDNet “I told you so. I knew that Steve Ballmer could talk all he wanted about how Microsoft would continue to support non-Microsoft platforms, but that there was no way he’d actually do it. … Continue reading

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May 18: Open Virtualization Alliance news roundup

Here are some of the stories around the Open Virtualization Alliance that was announced yesterday. Open Virtualization Alliance launched – The H Open Source: News and Features “The KVM virtualisation technology uses the Linux kernel as part of the hypervisor; … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/18/2011

Richard Dawkins’s science book for kids, illustrated by Dave McKean – Boing Boing “Richard Dawkins has a new kids’ book coming out in October called The Magic of Reality, which explains just how gosh-darned awesome the actual scientifically explained world … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/17/2011

Linux job portal launched: LinuxCareer.com “As a demand for Linux-related jobs has jumped unexpectedly high in the last couple of years. LinuxCareer.com as a new Linux related job portal attempts to compensate for this sudden surge in demand for Linux … Continue reading

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KVM News Today: Meet the Open Virtualization Alliance

Today a whole lot of companies, including BMC Software, Eucalyptus Systems, HP, IBM, Intel, Red Hat, Inc. and SUSE, announced the creation of the Open Virtualization Alliance. From the press release: … today announced the formation of the Open Virtualization … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/16/2011

Groklaw 2.0 Interview: PJ on the beginning, ending, and future of Groklaw | opensource.com “Last month PJ announced that because SCO as we knew it is no more,” she would stop publishing new articles today, May 16, Groklaw’s anniversary. Now … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/12/2011

Five Reasons why Google’s Linux Chromebook is a Windows killer | ZDNet “Should Microsoft worry? Yeah, I think so. They’ve got Apple making in-roads on the business desktop front with tablets and smartphones, may other companies, like HP, are also … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/11/2011

Canonical switches to OpenStack for Ubuntu Linux cloud | ZDNet “OK, it’s not too surprising that Canonical, Ubuntu Linux’s parent company, has switched to OpenStack for its Ubuntu cloud foundation technology. After all, Canonical started flirting with OpenStack back in … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/06/2011

Apple dumping Intel for ARM? Pros, cons and a lot of questions | ZDNet “The rumor of the day is that Apple is dumping Intel and its x86 architecture for ARM—at least on laptops.” tags: apple intel arm Back to … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/04/2011

Red Hat and IBM join forces to develop open source virtualisation – 03 May 2011 – Computing News “KVM allows businesses to create multiple virtual versions of Linux and Windows environments on the same server, while allowing companies to save … Continue reading

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Daily links for 05/02/2011

AT&T’s broadband data caps start today “Starting today, AT&T will begin restricting more than 16 million broadband users based on the amount of data they use a month. The number-two carrier’s entry into the broadband cap club means that a majority … Continue reading

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Daily links for 04/28/2011

Review: The best Linux book available | TechRepublic “A thick, heavy book with the equally weighty title A Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming may be the single most important Linux book you ever buy.” tags: linux … Continue reading

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Daily links for 04/27/2011

Groklaw – Barnes & Noble Charges Microsoft with Misusing Patents to Further an Anticompetive Scheme Against Android “Microsoft has a scheme, Barnes & Noble asserts, to dominate Android and make it undesirable to device manufacturers and customers by demanding “exorbitant … Continue reading

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Daily links for 04/12/2011

Linux Tutorial: Introduction to Git | Linux Foundation Training “Join kernel maintainer James Bottomley as he introduces you to Git, the version control system designed by and for the Linux kernel development community.  Learn about the history of Git and some of … Continue reading

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Daily links for 04/10/2011

Groklaw – Groklaw Articles Ending on May 16th “I have decided that Groklaw will stop publishing new articles on our anniversary, May 16. I know a lot of you will be unhappy to hear it, so let me briefly explain, because … Continue reading

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Daily links for 04/03/2011

Ten top Linux e-publishing tools | Desktop Apps | ZDNet UK “Just because publishing has shifted from the traditional routes does not remove the need for skill. You still have to be able to edit and employ the tools and … Continue reading

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Daily links for 03/23/2011

Android Linux FUD Debunked | ZDNet “Perhaps that “need for attention” might derive from a desire to spread FUD about Android and to try to revive the old Microsoft myth that Linux’s GPLv2 is a cancer that infects other programs. … Continue reading

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Daily links for 03/14/2011

Amazon grabs Angry Birds Rio for Android exclusive | ZDNet “Rovio is planning an update to its wildly successful game called Angry Birds Rio, but this game will only be available to Android users via the Amazon Appstore, and will not be … Continue reading

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Daily links for 03/09/2011

The Android OS Update Problem | alexking.org “Developers have to support too many OS versions and devices. The testing matrix involved in supporting multiple OS versions, multiple vendor-specific extensions, multiple hardware configurations (differences in physical screen size and resolution, with … Continue reading

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Land mines for open source in mobile

In a couple of weeks I’ll be giving a talk at POSSCON with a title similar to that of this blog entry. It won’t be a long talk, only twenty five minutes, but I’ll try to touch on several factors … Continue reading

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