Monthly Archives: December 2005

Did it!

Yes, I finally decided to do the RHCE and got that out of the way. Nice to have this achieved on Dec 31 2005, and what a year this has been!

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Embrace and Extend Redux or is it?

Interesting that MS is putting out their extensions to RSS on a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License (version 2.5). Is there a catch? They are known to want to embrace and extend, so what’s going on here? Are we seeing a … Continue reading

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Open Innovation now possible in hardware!

The announcement of Sun that they will open up the SPARC chip architecture under some open source license, could be seen as yet another inflection point in the tech industry. The value of open source software being able to be … Continue reading

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Who owns the data?

In this article, Coursey seems to be missing the key issue of formats and standards. When people create stuff – documents, presentations, pictures and so on – the OWNER of these productions are the creator, not the maker of the … Continue reading

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