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|Story||Bangarang – A KDE media player||srlinuxx||08/10/2009 - 10:15am|
|Story||Rock The wbar Dock||srlinuxx||08/10/2009 - 10:13am|
|Story||Beautify the Terminal||srlinuxx||08/10/2009 - 10:11am|
|Story||FSF urges non-profits to reject Windows 7||srlinuxx||08/10/2009 - 10:07am|
|Story||today's leftovers:||srlinuxx||2||08/10/2009 - 4:58am|
|Story||some howtos:||srlinuxx||08/10/2009 - 2:10am|
|Story||Cloud computing with Linux and Apache Hadoop||solrac||08/10/2009 - 1:17am|
|Story||Supercomputers love Linux||srlinuxx||08/10/2009 - 12:15am|
|Story||This Linux thing is getting out of hand||srlinuxx||08/10/2009 - 12:11am|
|Story||Desktop Linux doing fine||srlinuxx||08/10/2009 - 12:10am|
"Linux creator Linus Torvalds said on Wednesday that he's now running an Apple Macintosh as his main desktop, mainly for work reasons, although partly simply because he's a self-described "technology whore"."
"The fact that Bram Cohen decided to make BitTorrent open source may be the biggest reason why the Motion Pictures Association of America (MPAA) has not gone after it. If you read headlines all over the Internet you see that the MPAA launched a pretty heavy assault on some of the biggest BitTorrent sites like LokiTorrent but don't be confused, BitTorrent as a technology or Bram Cohen its author has not come to any harm legally. Also BitTorrent is often viewed as its own P2P network, which it is not."
"The growing adoption of Linux as a server platform is helping push the X86 server market to new heights and is similarly propping up the sales of non-X86 platforms that support Linux. According to market research from IDC, sales of X86 servers were up 14.4 percent in the fourth quarter of 2004 to $6.3 billion as unit shipments increased by 16.8 percent to 1.6 million X86 units shipped. Interestingly, 25 percent of the X86 servers that shipped in the fourth quarter has 64-bit main memory support from either Intel or AMD."
"In a case which, over the course of several years, has spiralled to encompass some of the biggest names in computing, a Utah federal court has finally ordered IBM to turn over the code-base of its AIX and Dynic operating systems for scrutiny by SCO, a relative software minnow."
"Hold on to your baggie, your bowl, and your DVD player - the madness is back!
Midnight classic Reefer Madness has been juiced up with dance routines, an all-star cast, a stirring Broadway score, mercilessly ironic song lyrics with a powerful political message, and best of all for the habitués of reefer dens around the world, a lot of laughs."
"Many people are curious about the inner workings of Google, but they are mostly interested in keeping it a secret. So, any information we can glean comes from "black box" analysis. Recently, I wrote a short article that explains how I wrote some simple code that can instantly create PDFs of entire books from Google Print. Maybe some k5ers have more ideas on how to expand the concept, but, as you'll soon find out, I probably can't help in the efforts. Read on ..."
"The BBC is investigating how an episode of the new Doctor Who series ended up on the internet three weeks before the show is due to begin on BBC One. A show spokesperson said the leak was a "significant breach of copyright"."
"Screenwriter and producer Debra Hill, best known for her work on the 70s horror classic Halloween, has died in Los Angeles aged 54."
lol "An 18-year-old US student is today behind bars after police uncovered his plot to raise a zombie army and attack his high school. The wannabe Papa Doc Duvalier's chilling plan was uncovered after the youth's grandparents discovered his written proposal for the outrage in Winchester, Kentucky, lex18.com reports."
"AMD has accused the chairman of Atop, a Taiwanese electronics firm, of masterminding the theft and re-sale of 60,000 dud chips earlier this year, according to police sources cited by local media."
"As the open-source movement has matured, its backers say it has grown beyond a fanatical element rebelling against the high-tech establishment into a viable model for technological development."
"The automotive industry is choosing Linux because it offers vendor neutrality, lower cost of entry and faster time to market, according to Glenn Seiler, director of product marketing at MontaVista Software. "There are more Linux developers becoming available on the market and the 'time-to-debug' is usually much less," he said."
"The Linux Solutions Group began its work today. According to a self-description, what it is is a cooperation platform that is determined to promote the application of Linux-based solutions in companies and advance market acceptance of these solutions. The platform was said to be supported in this endeavor by, among others, IBM, MySQL, Novell, RedHat and Siemens Business Services, as well as by universities and users from both the private and public sectors. The initiative also means to support small and medium-sized companies dealing with Linux and Open Source."
"THE OPEN SOURCE Consortium said it considered European democracy to be a sham, following a decision by the €uropresidency, which [theinquirer] reported earlier today, to steamroller through the software patent directive."
"Mark Taylor, executive director of the Consortium, said: 'The fact that an unelected body can ride rough shod over the near unanimous wishes of an elected parliament demonstrates..."
The SeatlePI is speculating that "a single event may have sealed AT&T Wireless's fate: the opportunity for its customers to leave" citing that they were "infamously apathetic" to it's customers.
I can only tell you in my sparse experience this was certainly not the case. As at&t wireless agents/representatives, we had strict guidelines for customer service and were monitored several times each month
"Google Inc. is taking its desktop search application out of beta on Monday with a release that supports more file formats and opens access to third-party developers."
"Google Desktop Search 1.0 moves beyond the beta version's Microsoft focus by introducing support for applications from the Mozilla Foundation and America Online Inc.'s Netscape Communications."
Mercenaries holds chart top spot
Final Fantasy legends hits Xbox
Defender creator honoured at GDC
Game award nominations announced
"The Defense Department's inspector general is paying nearly $1 billion to 20 auditing and IT firms to assist the department in improving its bleak financial systems picture."
"The Justice Department, which challenged Microsoft Corp. in courtrooms for nearly a decade over antitrust violations, will pay more than $2 million each year to buy business software from Corel Corp., a leading Microsoft rival."
"VA Linux Systems Japan K.K. (VA Linux), a provider of Linux solutions for the telecommunications and enterprise systems markets, announced a strategic alliance with Sun Wah Linux Limited (SWL) to jointly develop a universal Debian GNU/Linux