- How to Correctly Use Creative Commons Works | PlagiarismToday - The complexity of the CC chinese menu approach is an ongoing peeve of mine. This explanation of CC pretty much sums up the problem: "When looking at the main 6 Creative Commons licenses (Note: I’m not delving into the lesser-known ones such as CC0 and the GNU/BSD ones.) There are five different elements to worry about. Note however that not all licenses have every element. You have to read the license deed itself to find out whether some of these restrictions apply."
- Is KVM a credible choice for x86 server virtualization? | Andi Mann – Übergeek - I'm less negative but Andi's points about maturity in areas like management are certainly fair.
- Cool Tools: Samson Go Mic
- Verizon: metered billing much fairer than all-you-can-eat - This short piece lays out the basics of metered billing pretty well.
- Dynamist Blog: Whole Foods: Pioneers of the Aesthetic Imperative - "Nick Paumgarten's New Yorker profile of John Mackey offers a couple of interesting observations about the secrets to Whole Foods' success. In short, the chain thrived by understanding that it is selling pleasure, not virtue."
- Study: Ski Resorts Tell Tall Tales About Deep Snow : NPR - "Researchers at Dartmouth College have confirmed something that skiers and snowboarders have long suspected: Resorts sometimes boost their snowfall reports to attract more customers."
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Posted by Gordon Haff at 2:29 PM