Monthly Archives: June 2008

Simple, yet effective

I have always been a fan of finding ways to cool things. Did not really spend enough time with thermodynamics and related sciences, but deep inside, I have always felt that there has to be better and cleverer ways to … Continue reading

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What a stupid list from eweek!

While I am no different from the next person who dislikes all things Microsoft, I think this is just plain silly. I expect better stuff from eweek!

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This is how patent settlements should be done!

I am really pleased to read the announcment by Red Hat that they have reached a patent settlement with a two entities that goes beyond the usual that is for less imagnative companies. “Typically when a company settles a patent … Continue reading

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Amazing silence from ooxml proponents

I am not surprised at all at the silence from all those who have been so vocal in supporting ooxml – especially Microsoft. Let me invite Microsoft to the table to admit that they messed up in pushing for ooxml. … Continue reading

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NO ooxml at ISO! Hurray!

It is really nice to see that the ISO WILL NOT PUBLISH the broken ooxml as an ISO standard because of the appeals by National Bodies. Unfortunately, Singapore did not appeal – I would have loved to have the ITSC … Continue reading

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