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I am the very model of an open source sensational

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toolbox.com/blogs: With apologies to Gilbert and Sullivan. I have twisted their Pirates of Penzance song to "I am the very model of an open source sensational". Sung to the tune of "I am the Very Model of a Modern Major General".

When Open Source Meets Closed Minds

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notalwaysright.com: Caller: “I need to report a very serious computer crime! The local university is running an illegal computer system!”

If Windows, Linux and OSX Opened Cafes...

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daniweb.com: The New York Times reported today that Apple has opened its first Apple Store in Paris, underneath the Louvre no less, and just two weeks after Microsoft opened up a Windows 7 cafe in Paris in another location. The idea of these two companies competing in a retail environment, and especially a Windows-themed cafe, got me thinking about what would happen if three cafes opened each run in the same style of the operating system it was named for. I figure it might look something like this:

Pirated software

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dedoimedo.com: If you think I'm going to talk about the moral, legal, financial, and political implications of using software not according to various license agreements set by money-loving companies, you're wrong. Today, we will learn about little known software designed by code pirates.

What does your browser say about you? (2009 edition)

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terminally-incoherent.com: Long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away I posted the infamous article titled “What does your browser say about you?”. I still get comments on it but these days they are mostly among the lines of: “Dude, Firefox 2.0 is ancient! What about Chrome and IE8?” So I decided to post a short update.

DtO: Dominitrix Ad part 3

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DtO: Dominitrix Linux TV ad - take 2

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Dominitrix Linux TV ad

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Possibly the Funniest Programming Joke Ever

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junauza.com: Maybe some of you have already heard or read about this one because it's rather old, but just to relive the fun, here it goes.

Conan O'Brien talks to the co-creator of USB on The Tonight Show

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engadget.com: Remember those Intel "rock star" ads -- featuring the co-creator of USB, Ajay Bhatt? Of course you do. Conan O'Brien felt compelled to sit down with the actual Ajay and pick his brain about technology... and, er, other things.

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