- tecosystems » Ask RedMonk: Open Source Indemnification - the Q&A - "no software - open or closed - is risk free." See e.g. some recent stories around end-user lawsuits related to IBM's WebSphere.
- A wireless world | Our nomadic future | Economist.com - "Digital nomadism will liberate ever more knowledge workers from the cubicle prisons of Dilbert cartoons. But the old tyranny of place could become a new tyranny of time, as nomads who are “always on” all too often end up—mentally—anywhere but here (wherever here may be)."
- NOVELL: John Dragoon’s Blog » Blog Archive » All in One - I'm still not sure how appliance OSs will play out. It remains to be seen if they'll remain a sideshow or develop into a "Big Thing."
- Whimsley: Linux Grows Up and Gets a Job - Some additional good commentary on the Linux contribution numbers.
- Rough Type: Nicholas Carr's Blog: Open source as corporate joint venture - "the development of the Linux operating system - has shifted from being a volunteer effort to being a corporate initiative. Of the many thousands of changes that have been made to the Linux kernel over the past three years, fully 73.2% came from employees working on behalf of their companies."
- Reason Magazine - Hit & Run > Not the Strongest Possible Argument - This is either Photoshop, a joke, or someone who should have paid more attention in history class.
- My Life on Facebook as a Woman and Why Social Network Advertising Doesn't Work - "Since day 1 with Facebook, I've been shocked at how poor the ad quality is. For a company that has a $15B valuation, their ad sales teams plain suck."
Monday, April 21, 2008
I'm trying out ma.gnolia.com as an alternative to del.icio.us. One advantage is that it doesn't truncate notes at a fairly limited character count. While twitter-ish enforced brevity isn't necessarily a bad thing for some of us, having more spce to play with can be handy sometimes.
Posted by Gordon Haff at 1:50 PM