Cyber Cynic: "On this disc is a copy of the movie you can put it on your computer, and from there, view it on your PC's screen or on your television via an Apple TV or some other computer-to-TV device.
Sounds great, doesn't it? Well... no."
p2pnet News: "Their RIAA is suing a young transplant patient in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania."
Bitubique: "But unfortunately, Plone suffers from being unnecessary complex, perhaps due to its design framework of using Zope. To do even a simplest things requires you to understand things like TAL, ArchGenXML, ZCML, and whats not."
BBC News: "A system that could eventually control heating, home security cameras and draw curtains has been demonstrated by phone maker Nokia"
Open Enterprise: "As a result of this UK censorship, it has become impossible to use Wikipedia as before..."
ZDNet: "Cloud computing will fuel growth in open source software as companies try to manage costs, according to database heavyweight Ingres."
Maarten's Open Source Blog: "But since one hasto actively download and install the program (on Mac and Windows), why do people choose to download and install Firefox? Why not Opera, Safari, Konqueror or any other browser?"
OLPC News: "Thanks to the tireless efforts of Teapot, we now have Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid optimized for the XO laptop! Teapot designed this release to be reliable and consistent with these modifications:"
Computerworld: "Version 6 of the popular Perl programming language will not be compatible with previous versions, but will open up a new world of custom "languages" and interpreters, according to its founder Larry Wall."
Chao-Kuei's Notes: "For the sake of free software, please help defend Taiwan from Microsoft's docx file format invasion. Please help odf plugin for firefox more than you do with the docx plugin. Otherwise, you could be hurting open file format as you contribute to one controversial piece of free software, and ultimately hurt the entire FS landscape as a whole."