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I saw an article in our local newspaper about how the electrical tools at a bridge repair site are being powered by a combination solar and wind generator from Canadice Construction in upstate New York. Here’s a YouTube video about … Continue reading
The Linux Foundation has now posted the video of my LinuxCon keynote “Regarding Clouds, Mainframes, and Desktops… and Linux” from a couple of weeks ago. You can view it on their site or see it below. I previously posted the … Continue reading
Paul McCartney and band played over the marquee to the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City before appearing on the David Letterman show. CNN video includes “Get Back” and “Back in the U.S.S.R.”. Embedded video from <a href=”http://www.cnn.com/video” mce_href=”http://www.cnn.com/video”>CNN … Continue reading
ZDNet has now published a composite video of some interviews they did at the Cloud Expo in London a couple of weeks ago. My bit starts at about 2:39 into it. Who is really moving to the cloud? | ZDNet … Continue reading
Here’s a video of the talk I gave last week in Bern, Switzerland, at the OpenExpo conference. The noise from outside the speaking room room was pretty loud.
Here’s a video from YouTube of IBM Researcher Jonathan Appavoo talking about IBM and open clouds:
In response to the “We’re Linux” video challenge from the Linux Foundation, IBM has submitted a video for your consideration. Go to their site, view it, and comment if you like it!
Thanks to Dennis Hamilton for this link and embed.
My daughter is seven years older than my son, meaning that even though he is quite independent, she has a very strong cultural influence on him. Thus he knows more about Bob Dylan than your average 11 year old. When … Continue reading
I like Coldplay, I really do. Part of this is because my son loves Coldplay, and so I listen to them a lot with him. Guitarist Joe Satriani, no slouch in his own right, has sued Coldplay for copyright infringement, … Continue reading
The video of my talk “Smaller, Flatter, Smarter” at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco is now available via blip.tv or my original blog entry on the topic.
As far as I am concerned, today is the first day of “meteorological Winter” where I live in western New York. Though we only got freezing rain this morning, folks about 45 minutes west of us got 5 or 6 … Continue reading
I just finished my 10 minute “High Order Bit” session at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. Here are the slides I used, in PDF format. (Warning, the file is 9.6 Mb.) For more on the “smarter planet” idea, … Continue reading
[I made this simple iMovie video of this blog entry to experiment with a few things. I know it looks too much like I'm reading, but I'm posting it for later comparison sake and just in case anyone might be … Continue reading
In case you didn’t see it, here’s the opening comedy skit from Saturday Night Live: Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton, as played by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, discuss sexism in American politics. A higher resolution video clip is available … Continue reading
Last week my wife and daughter went to see the Mamma Mia! movie, based on the musical based on the songs of ABBA. A few days after that, my wife took me to see it, warning that “it’s not good … Continue reading
I don’t have time right this second to do it, but I plan to offer some point by point comments on the predictions I made at my LinuxWorld keynote on Wednesday. Much of the coverage was pretty accurate, but there … Continue reading
heise online – Declaration for open standards in the internet passed “Furthermore, expensive on-location meetings ought to be limited and should be expanded upon using online cooperation via wikis, chats or telephone conferences, in order to afford small and mid-sized … Continue reading
No, Really, We Mean It This Time EU regulators cool on Microsoft open-source move | CNET News.com “The European Commission has expressed doubt regarding Microsoft’s announcement Thursday claiming a move toward greater interoperability.” (tags: microsoft opensource) Microsoft’s open-source patent threat … Continue reading
In OpenDocument Foundation discussion, standards blogger gets skinny on CDF | Tech news blog – CNET News.com “Updegrove spoke to Chris Lilley, the go-to guy on CDF at the W3C. Lilley said the format was not designed for applications like … Continue reading
Video from last Friday’s virtual world’s conference at MIT is now available in RealPlayer format. The links are available in the left-hand column of the agenda. In some cases, multiple sessions are contained in a single video segment.
Why Is the Mac OS More Secure Than Windows? “Opinion: PC users should forget their outrage and come to understand that life isn’t fair. The Mac platform is more secure than Windows and will continue to be so.” (tags: microsoft … Continue reading
Linden Lab, purveyors of Second Life, have announced the acquisition of Windward Mark, a graphics company specializing in atmospheric effects such as clouds and diffracted sunlight. This will both bolster their technology as well as beefing up their new presence … Continue reading
I missed these when they came out around Valentine’s Day, but here are a few amusing videos about finding your one true love, IT-wise.
See the CNet article “IBM simulates business software in 3D game.” It begins: IBM on Monday introduced a three-dimensional video game that puts a businessperson in a virtual office with the task of constructing a more efficient company. The game, … Continue reading
Open Source Latest CrossOver for Linux ups 3D game performance “CrossOver 6.1, released May 15, enables enables Linux PCs and Apple Mactels to run more Windows applications and games, and with higher 3D performance, according to CodeWeavers.” (tags: windows mac … Continue reading
Open Source Red Hat tries new desktop Linux angle | CNET News.com “Red Hat announced a new version of its Linux software on Wednesday geared for desktop and laptop computer customers in developing nations.” (tags: redhat linux desktop) Once More … Continue reading
Second Life International Technology Expo (ITE) – April 20 “The International Technology Expo (ITE) on Silicon Island is dedicated to showcasing over 40 of the finest business related SL products …” (tags: secondlife) Environment Sydney in climate change blackout – … Continue reading
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