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- The AGPL: Solution in Search of a Problem – tecosystems - "In my view, the AGPL is a solution in search of a problem. Worse, it is a potentially dangerous solution."
- Dear Help Desk: What's Safe to do in the Cloud? | Forrester Blogs - "It's too late for your policy to say, "The use of cloud services is not allowed," so you need to start from an assumption that it is already happening - and that more of it is happening behind your back than in front of your nose. In fact, any policy that takes a draconianly negative tone probably won't go over very well (it might just be blatantly ignored)."
- The Brute Force Computing Revolution - NYTimes.com - "The brute force computing model is changing a lot of fields, with more to follow. It makes sense, in a world where more data is available than ever before, and even more is coming online, from a connected, sensor-laden world where data storage and server computing cycles cost almost nothing. In a sense, it is becoming a modification of the old “theorize-model-test-conclude” scientific method. Now the condition is to create and collect a lot of data, look for patterns amid the trash, and try to exploit the best ones."
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Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Posted by Gordon Haff at 10:20 AM