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- EECS News: Kicking the Cloud(s)
OSU EECS: "Alex Polvi's career trajectory � from his first job running a chain saw on his family's Christmas tree farm outside tiny Amity, Oregon, through various student positions in computer science at Oregon State University, to being CEO of a recently acquired Silicon Valley startup � has been nothing short of stratospheric."
- Open Source for America Publishes Federal Open Technology Report Card
PR Web: "Departments of Defense, Energy, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, and Transportation Rank Highest for Openness and Transparency; Use of Open Source Technologies and Open Formats Factored Heavily in Determining Rankings "
- The Arch Way
Linux Journal: "You love tinkering with your computer. You've tried Ubuntu and Fedora, and they're good, but you feel something is not quite right."
- NY Rep. Asks Treasury to Blacklist Wikileaks' Assange
Datamation: "The U.S. government should be doing all it can to sink Wikileaks"
- Disaster Recovery Planning for Large Archives
Enterprise Storage Forum: "Disaster recovery (DR) is often discussed in broad terms throughout the storage industry, but in this article I will explore a specific segment of the overall market: DR planning for large archives."
- Google removing H.264 from Chrome does nothing to HMTL5
ZDNet: "In some technology circles, you'd think Google was proposing throwing cats into a wood-chipper from the way some people are reacting to Google's announcement that it was focusing its support on its own open VP8/WebM and Theora video codecs, and dropping support for H.264."
- Meraki Takes Wired Network Routers to the Cloud
Wi-Fi Planet: "The customer owns the router, but if they decide to stop their subscription the hardware will stop working"
- Which OS for life critical applications?
ZDNet: "I couldn't help but notice what operating system they were using so I took a look. I wasn't surprised to see them all running Windows XP. Windows is used everywhere, so why not?"
- Nested-RAID: RAID-5 and RAID-6 Based Configurations
Linux Magazine: "A Nested RAID configuration is built on top of a standard single-level RAID configuration in order to address performance and data redundancy limitations. Digging deeper into Nested RAID, we check out RAID-5 and RAID-6, which have some truly amazing features"
- Trend Micro attacks Open Source
TechEye: "Insecurity expert Steve Chang, who is the chairman of Trend Micro, has just declared himself the sworn enemy of the Open Sauce movement by saying that Android is less secure than the iPhone because it is Open Sauce."
- The Open-Source ATI Driver Is Becoming A Lot Faster
Phoronix: "Now that the kernel mode-setting page-flipping for the ATI Radeon DRM kernel module has been merged into the Linux 2.6.38 kernel and the respective bits have been set in the xf86-video-ati DDX, we're in the process of running new open-source ATI graphics benchmarks under Linux."
- Microsoft sucks open source into its WebMatrix
Gavin Clarke: "Microsoft is embracing open-source on the web, offering a development kit that targets non-techie programmers."
- A Guitar Amp/Effect Solution For Linux
Soosck: "I previously blogged about my satisfactory experience with Arch Linux installation on a second-hand laptop. Now in this post I'm going to turn that $150 laptop into a kick-ass and sexy Amp and Effect Processor."
- Xoom stands out in a CES sea of Android tablet dreck
LinuxDevices: "Here, we sum up our tablet coverage and survey CES tablet analysis from the blogosphere, which tends to agree on two points: the Motorola Xoom stole the show, and most of the other Android tablets were DOA."
- Arch Linux is Tops In the Server Room
Linux Planet: "Linux server admins prefer lean, reliable, manageable Linux distributions, and Arch Linux is one of the best."
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