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- My thoughts on the switch to wayland
Technology FLOSS: "Like anybody cares for what I think, right? Anyway... I made a comment in one of these wayland-related news at linuxtoday and Carla Shroder took the time to ask me: "...why all that extra complexity to go back to where we were in the first place?""
- Final Report from fOSSa 2010 in Grenoble
Stop: "The fOSSa 2010 conference in Grenoble did a good job to prove (since it's still sorely needed, see conclusions below) that Free/Open Source Software (FOSS) isn't some unreliable toy for amateurs."
- CDE: automatic packaging of Code, Data, and Environment
Stanford: "CDE is a tool that automatically packages up the Code, Data, and Environment involved in running any set of Linux commands so that they can execute identically on another computer without any installation or configuration."
- Anti-Firesheep Trick Protects Linux Users
Linux Line: "The Firesheep plug-in for Firefox has done an admirable job of illustrating the insecurity of public Wi-Fi, just as its creators intended. Now that it's out there in the wild, however, the question for users is how to protect their sensitive information."
- Kmart debuts $180 Android tablet
Linux Devices: "Kmart began selling an Android 2.1 tablet from Digital Gadgets for $180 called the Sylvania 7" Tablet. Meanwhile, NEC will soon start shipping its LifeTouch Android tablet, sales of Toshiba's Folio 100 Android tablet have been halted due to screen defects, and Lenovo is prepping a tablet for 2011, say reports."
- Introduction to Blender 2.5: Color Grading
Packt: "With color grading, we can turn a motion picture or still image into different types of mood and time of the day, we can fake lens filters and distortions, highlight part of an image via bright spotting, remove red eye effects, denoise an image, add glares, and a lot more."
- US VHA head boosts OS software
Globe and Mail: "Ken Kizer is the miracle man of U.S. health care. Mr. Kizer brought in bold reform that transformed the vast and woeful Veterans Health Administration into an efficient, effective model institution with sky-high patient satisfaction."
- The Difference Engine: Linux's Achilles heel
The Economist: "TO LOSE one hard drive during a busy week may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose two looks like carelessness. Both had been churning away, day in day out, for years�one in an elderly Windows workhorse, the other in an equally old Linux machine."
- Amazon EC2 introduces new GPU cluster instances
Amazon Web Services Blog: "If you have a mid-range or high-end video card in your desktop PC, it probably contains a specialized processor called a GPU or Graphics Processing Unit. The instruction set and memory architecture of a GPU are designed to handle the types of operations needed to display complex graphics at high speed."
- An Open Source Toolkit for Your Small Business
WorldLabel: "Whether your small business has been around for years or you're just starting out, it simply makes good sense to use open source software for everything from managing your office network to putting together slide decks for your next client presentation."
- Debian Lenny: how to configure grub and fstab for updating multipath kernel init
Linux blog: "High end x86 / amd64 machines may fail to boot updated Debian GNU/Linux 5.x Lenny kernel images."
- Instant Previews: Under the hood
Google Code blog: "If you've used Google Search recently, you may have noticed a new feature that we're calling Instant Previews. By clicking on the (sprited) magnifying glass icon next to a search result you see a preview of that page"
- Windows Legacy Apps vs. Linux Desktop Adopters?
Datamation: "In a previous article on Linux-Window desktop competition, I shared my thoughts on why desktop Linux shouldn't focus on competing with Windows."
- Open-Xchange Continues to Deliver Solid Collaboration
ServerWatch: "There's another open source messaging solution, though, that scales quite well into the SMB space, and it gives you the flexibility to install locally or use it as a software as a service utility: Open-Xchange."
- Fedora 14: Strong follow-up to 13 still suffers from same niche appeal
TechRepublic: "As far as Linux is concerned, there are distributions that are ready for the masses (Ubuntu, PCLinuxOS, Linux Minut) and there are distributions whose appeal doesn't go much further than a niche of users. Fedora Linux, however, is a distribution that seems to want to vacillate between target audiences."
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