Monthly Archives: January 2009

Anyone who proposed proprietary software has something to hide!

A blast from the past. I think the relevance is even more in today’s economy. How can any CIO worth his yearly salary even consider proprietary software? “Any IT Manager/CIO who proposes proprietary software has something to hide” was a … Continue reading

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Continuing rudderless!

Reading this brought a tear or two. ‘Sun looks like “a company that’s putting all its fingers in random pies while blindfolded hoping to lay claim on something sweet,” says bearish CAPS member DestyNova. “But because of the blindfold, they … Continue reading

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F9->F10 preupgrade

I spent some time over the weekend upgrading my son’s F9 machine to F10 and chose the PreUpgrade path. It all went well and when I finally logged into the F10 environment, Firefox refused to run saying that it “Couldn’t … Continue reading

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It is about the value of subscription!

I am really happy to see RHEL 5.3 come out and it being chockful of functionalities and features. The most important ones are about virtualisation which supports systems with upto 126 CPUs and each VM having support of 32 CPUs. … Continue reading

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DII scam continues

This shows the continuing efforts of M$ on “trying to the right thing”. It is such a criminal waste of resources, especially in the current economic situation. I am wondering if the DII was truly cross platform as well. How … Continue reading

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Finally, a good direction finding site for Singapore!

Am happy to see Go There actually provide a worthwhile service that works! Kudos!

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[copyrights] A Study of Contrasts

A glance at whitehouse.gov‘s copyright statement shows how forward thinking they are. The two paragraphs of that copyright statement which says: a) [All] government-produced materials appearing on this site are not copyright protected. The United States Government may receive and … Continue reading

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