My personal favorite posts for 2008

As we wind down down 2008 and head into the holidays, I’ve been doing some planning about blog posts and longer pieces I plan to write in 2009. As part of that, I decided to go back over 2008 and list some of favorite posts from this year. “Ten challenges…

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LinuxWorld 2008 predictions and podcasts

I’ve now finished writing up the comments on the eight predictions for free and open source software and recording podcasts for each of them. Prediction # Slide and Comments Link to Podcast 1 Green podcast 2 Linux and longevity podcast 3 Linux and x86 podcast 4 Linux and the desktop…

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developerWorks podcast interview with me

Several months ago developerWorks did a podcast interview with me and it is now available. The intro on that page reads Bob Sutor is in a unique position to see the broad impact and promise of the drive for open standards and the open source movement. Here, he shares his…

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Reports from the Open Podcast: LinuxWorld Expo San Francisco 2006

With this entry I’m inaugurating a series of podcasts I’m calling “Reports from the Open.” These will be unscripted and probably somewhat rough recordings of some of my thoughts and doings around the world as I work with people on open technologies. This first podcast is about my experience getting…

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Dan Bricklin on the MTLC OSS SIG panel last week, with podcast

Last week I took part in a panel sponsored by the Mass Technology Leadership Council Open Source Software Special Interest Group in Waltham, Masachusetts. The program was called “Proprietary Software Company Views On Open Source” and was moderated by Dan Bricklin. He has a write-up here (thanks for the kind…

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Open Standards vs. Open Source series is complete

I just posted the fourth and final part, “The SOA Connection,” of the “Open Standards vs. Open Source” series. It took a while, but I finally got there. All the sections are now linked together. I’ve also put on my site a file with all four sections in one document.…

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BREAKING NEWS:
New IBM healthcare and education initiative driven by open standards

Today IBM is announcing a major initiative out of our healthcare and education practices that focuses on using open standards to drive growth, interoperability, and innovation. I’m going to spend a lot of time over the next days and weeks deconstructing what we are doing and why. Today I’m going…

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Podcast of the “Open Document Commitment to Action”

I decided to jump into the podcast game and I’ve produced a recording of my October 11 blog entry “Open Document Commitment to Action”. Assuming I keep doing these, they won’t always be scripted, but I may decide to record some of the longer blog entries. Have fun and tell…

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