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Last week's newsletter on Linux moving to a cable/digital set top box near you drew more reader response than I expected.
The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg has positive comments about two services, PubSub and Rollyo, two services that we've posted about several times.
Version 2005-04 of the increasingly more popular KANOTIX Linux distribution was recently released. LinClips has a nice demo of this release in their KANOTIX 2005-04 Foresight Linux 0.9.3 screencast
Mainstream acceptance of open source will expand in 2006, according to research firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.
Disclosure and diversity are the key to trust for tomorrow's computers, says technology critic Bill Thompson.
One of the most under-used programming techniques -- Metaprogramming -- programming with code generators or writing programs that themselves write code, has many uses in large-scale computer programming. This article shows you some tools needed to do Metaprogramming in Scheme.
LXer Feature: 02-Feb-06
Microsoft is preparing a publicity campaign to address their image as a 'big' company. In this, the first of a series of four articles, LXer's Don Parris points to the pervasive nature of the Microsoft brand, and how keeping that separate from the corporate reputation keeps regular consumers in the dark. Digg This Story
I've been working as a Linux admin for more than six years, and using Linux for a little longer. Like a lot of Linux administrators, I started with Red Hat, but now I use Debian stable at work and Gentoo at home. Recently, NewsForge asked readers to "let us know about your most valuable utilities." Here are mine.
Advisories were released this week for LibAST, MyDNS, Mail::Audit, PHP, and several other packages. Vendors that released advisories this week are Debian, FreeBSD, Gentoo, Mandriva, and Red Hat. No advisories were issued for SUSE or Ubuntu this week. The Mozilla foundation has also released an update to Firefox 1.5 this week.
Amazon is trying to sneak through another absurd patent. But, they have been caught out.
Applied computer technology can help reduce dependency on oil. MozillaQuest Magazine (mozillaquest.com) reports: "Telecommuting is a great way to conserve oil/petroleum fuel consumption. The technologies for telecommuting are here now . . . Alternative energy sources such as solar, water, and wind power can be employed to eliminate the need for oil/petroleum to generate electricity. Moreover there is no need to build additional nuclear power plants."
Nigeria's Leapsoft has released a Linux distribution designed to cater for the Nigerian languages Igbo, Yoruba and Hausa. Wazobia Linux is a commercial distribution aimed at corporate desktops, and includes the usual office suite, web and email applications, and media players.
Imagine Technologies has published "certified" 3D benchmark results for a Texas Instruments (TI) SoC (system-on-chip) that incorporates its 2D/3D accelerated graphics coprocessor IP (intellectual property). Imagine claims it is the first company to announce "official and certified performance results" using FutureMark's 3DMarkMobile06 benchmark suite.
At LinuxAsia 2006, meet the guy who developed Knoppix, a well-known live CD Linux distribution, which can boot practically any PC into Linux.
Foreword: Open source project founder Cecil Watson provides some background on KnoppMyth in this brief project history. The project aims to create an easy-to-install-and-use Linux distribution for set-top boxes. Enjoy .
The most remarkable thing about Apple Computer's (AAPL) newest iMac is that, even after using it for a while, it's hard to tell just how different it is from the identical-looking iMac G5 introduced last fall. Don't be deceived by the similarities. Hidden in the new iMac is a processor that will let this line of Macs grow and meet the increasing performance demands of software.
[ed: A good platform for Linux? -tadelste]
The United States-based body responsible for protecting the "Linux" name appears to be making a renewed push to register it as a trademark in Australia.
Railsconf is now open for registration. Keynote speakers include Martin Fowler, Paul Graham, David Heinemeier Hansson, and Dave Thomas.
Software maker expected to give away product that lets multiple OSes run on the same PC, CNET News.com has learned.
The KDE marketing group is pleased to announce the release of SpreadKDE.org, the new home for KDE's promotional activities. Such a hub for marketing activities has been sorely lacking in KDE until now, and we consider this site a to be a key milestone in establishing a solid foundation in growing KDE's promotional activity.
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