Daily Links for Thursday, October 1, 2009

Open Source The Linux Foundation Announces Second Annual End User Summit The Summit will take place November 9-10, 2009 at the Hyatt Jersey City on the Hudson and will provide end users and kernel developers a direct connection to one another for advancing the features most critical to using Linux…

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Daily Links for Wednesday, September 16, 2009 – Morning Edition

Open Source Is Cloud Computing Killing Open Source? ebizQ / Andre Yee Depending on the cloud computing service, I find that open source is complementary, rather than competitive with the cloud based model. If that’s true, even though cloud computing offers an alternative as a delivery model, the future bodes…

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More thoughts on using WordPress for antisocial bookmarks

Several weeks ago I mentioned that I had stopped using Diigo for saving and then posting digests of links into this blog. Long before that, I had stopped using delicious for that functionality and switched to Diigo. The reasons I gave were: I don’t really need my saved bookmarks available…

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Daily Links for August 28, 2009 – Lunchtime Edition

Macintosh Why Snow Leopard Is Truly Disruptive Forbes.com / Brian Caulfield Here’s the breakthrough: Apple‘s ( AAPL – news – people ) OS X, Snow Leopard, which goes on sale Friday, uses less code than its predecessor to do the same job. It’s a remarkable act of discipline that has…

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Introducing the events calendar

Two year’s ago when my wife Judith was running for the New York State Assembly, I wrote a simple events calendar for her website to keep track of all the local meetings, parades, and county fairs where she would be appearing. At that time and since, I’ve thought about having…

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Daily Links 12/01/2008 (p.m.)

Bob Dylan | Shop the Bob Dylan Official Store You can never have too much. tags: OB, Bob Dylan, music, clothes Jungle Disk – Reliable online storage powered by Amazon S3 – JungleDisk “Jungle Disk Desktop Edition lets you store files and automatically backup data easily and securely to Amazon.com’s S3 Storage…

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Daily Links 06/03/2008 (a.m.)

O3Spaces – The way to extend OpenOffice.org “O3Spaces Workplace brings document management and document collaboration features to OpenOffice.org / StarOffice and Microsoft Office, including real-time version control, check-in/check-out and document security. O3Spaces Workplace is the integrated Basic Content Service for OpenOffice.org / Staroffice and Microsoft Office.” tags: OB, openoffice, o3spaces,…

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links for 2007-11-28

“I’m Not There” and “Enchanted”: In Love with Bob Dylan and Amy Adams “Though they couldn’t be more different, I’m Not There and Enchanted both work better if you know and love the references folded into their narratives – respectively, Bob Dylan’s legacy and Disney’s animated movies. And the songs…

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links for 2007-11-14

Symphony and ODF IBM’s Lotus Symphony Continues ODF Push “In addition, IBM has loosened its normal product-licensing restrictions and will allow third parties to offer downloads or physical media without requiring special agreements with IBM. Based on the success of Symphony, IBM says it is doubling the resources for its…

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