- 5 key forces driving open source today | Open Source Software - InfoWorld - "If the project is truly open, anyone can become a recognized contributor if they demonstrate merit, but in the end, "open, meritocratic oligarchy" is more apt than "democracy" in describing the way many open source communities operate: led by a stable group of recognized leaders, whose actions have demonstrated fitness to lead, yet who remain replaceable at any time should others prove more suitable."
- On the Moore's Law hot seat: Intel's Mike Mayberry (Q&A) | Cutting Edge - CNET News
- What would happen if Moore's Law did fizzle? | Cutting Edge - CNET News
- Moore's Law: The rule that really matters in tech | Cutting Edge - CNET News
- Cook’s Illustrated’s Christopher Kimball Believes Cooking Is Ultraserious Business - NYTimes.com
- Are community cloud services the next hot thing?
- Services hold key to cloud computing success | Cloud Computing - InfoWorld - "Cloud computing is, at its core, a new take on an old model (timesharing) for consuming IT resources, but for many enterprises, it requires a new architecture based on services rather than apps. As cloud computing evolves, we'll become more accustomed to viewing our tech needs through the prism of services, but right now, it's a departure for many in enterprise IT as they move from single monolithic applications to collections of widely distributed services, cloud and otherwise."
- Researchers Visit the 19th Century, Bring Back Wireless Data Center | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com - RT @bobmcmillan: My story on how to cut cords in a data center, with an assist from the 19th century: << Interesting!
Monday, October 15, 2012
Posted by Gordon Haff at 12:56 PM