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  1. Growing role of artificial intelligence in our lives is ‘too important to leave to men’
  2. So, about this Googler’s manifesto
  3. Why aren’t we using SSH for everything?
  4. Google doesn't underpay its female employees but it could have a different problem with women, data shows
  5. Women in Tech: We Need You
  6. Five Things Tech Companies Can Do Better
  7. A federal court has ruled that an open-source license is an enforceable contract
  8. There is more to the story why grsecurity stopped issuing patches
  9. Regulate This! Time to subject algorithms to our laws
  10. We can teach women to code, but that just creates another problem
  11. BeyondCorp: A New Approach to Enterprise Security (2014)
  12. The Case for Ubuntu Phone
  13. Obsolesced: The rise and fall of the Gopher protocol
  14. What’s up with nano?
  15. In mourning for Nano, chap crafts 1k-loc text editor
  16. Sponsoring free-time Open Source activities
  17. What's going on with Foresight Linux?
  18. Linux FTW: Lenovo launches two Chromebooks
  19. AV Linux Dazzles Both Eyes and Ears
  20.'s open source failure
  21. Why Atom Can’t Replace Vim
  22. Why There Will Never Be Another Red Hat: The Economics of Open Source
  23. We are Huxleying ourselves into the full Orwell. - 2014 is the year we lose the Web
  24. (ethics of paying for music) Letter to Emily White at NPR All Songs Considered
  25. The care and feeding of software engineers (or, why engineers are grumpy)
  26. I Hate Programmers
  27. Open Graphics Hardware Is Not Dead
  28. DRM books need to disappear. NOW
  29. Free Software, Open Source, FOSS, FLOSS – Same same but different
  30. IDB on Learning From the OLPC Peru Experience
  31. PHP: a fractal of bad design
  32. Network Services Aren't Free or Nonfree; They Raise Other Issues
  33. An Alternative Reading of the IADB Study on Peru's OLPC Implementation
  34. Our Culture of Exclusion -- Or, why I'm not going to *conf
  35. Foresight Linux Newsletter – Issue 02 2012
  36. 1&1 Internet AG receives German Document Freedom Award
  37. Enforcing the GPL with Judo moves
  38. Drupal Usability Test Conclusions: A Missing Conceptual Foundation
  39. Is the radioactive H.264 going to poisoning us, and the web, until 2028?
  40. Is this thing on?
  41. I Didn't Tell Facebook I'm Engaged, So Why Is It Asking About My Fiancé?
  42. The Research Works Act (RWA): why Scientific Publishing needs FOSS Methods
  43. How to kill movie piracy: charge $1 for movies, and 50c for episodes
  44. The History of the Sugar User Interface
  45. A New Approach to GNOME Application Design
  46. Is GNU/Linux just not cool anymore?
  47. Announcing JavaScript License Web Labels
  48. Some comments on the heated debate on SFC / Busybox / Linux GPL enforcement
  49. Is Desktop Linux Becoming Fractured as Open Source Matures?
  50. A Little History of Compiz
  51. Programming is the new High School Diploma
  52. The Rise of Developeronomics
  53. The Death of File Sharing
  54. Introducing the HUD. Say hello to the future of the menu.
  55. The silver lining of the MegaUpload shutdown
  56. OLPC XO 3.0 Hands On: The $100 Wonder Tablet
  57. RosettaCode vs Stack Overflow
  58. Abacus Thinking in a Digital World
  59. Move Over Barbie...Girls Want Tech
  60. 11 Who Died in 2011 (And Were Not Named Steve)
  61. use to learn programming in pike
  62. Be in Peace, Alex Bayley
  63. Retiring the DLJ (Operating System Distributor License for Java)
  64. Leaving .net
  65. Shuttle Teams with Foresight Linux on $199 KPC
  66. Foresight Linux Newsletter Issue 6
  67. Foresight Linux Newsletter #5
  68. Foresight Linux Newsletter #4
  69. Will The Real Open Source CRM Please Stand Up?
  70. Foresight Linux Newsletter #3
  71. Why This Is Important - Tux500
  72. OK, Heads Up Linux, You're on in 5..4..3..2 (cue music)...
  73. Retired from
  74. Beryl releases version 0.1.0; developer speaks about split with Compiz
  75. Call for testing/battering: sysjail
  76. Nessie - The Loch Ness Monster of Programming Languages
  77. Pike Users Worldwide Converge on Essen Next Week