- Why Cloud Computing Is Slowly Winning The Trust War - Forbes
- Mad Art Lab | Amanda Palmer and the Privilege of Success
- Thanks to User-Driven Trend, More Expected to Turn to Open Source for Innovation | Open Source Delivers
- How Reality-Based Games Are Transforming Our Understanding of 'Play' [VIDEO]
- OpenFlights.org: Flight logging, mapping, stats and sharing
- Log In - The New York Times - Wow. the BBC is really taking a hit on its sale of Lonely Planet
- Why Secure Boot makes people freak out.
- The Religion of Innovation | MIT Technology Review - "While remaining somewhat agnostic on these specific questions–whether the iOS interface can be improved, and whether Apple is moving too slow–I want to dispute the principles underlying both statements. Technology–and the rhetoric surrounding technology–is too in love with innovation for innovation’s sake. It’s possible for an interface to reach a point beyond which innovation is no longer crucial, and it’s wise for a company to release solid updates at a slower pace rather than faulty updates quickly."
- Uber, Data Darwinism and the future of work — Tech News and Analysis - "At present we rank photos, rate restaurants, like or dislike brands, retweet things we love. But if this idea of collaborative consumption takes hold — and I have no reason to think it won’t — we will be building a quantified society. We will be ranking real humans. The freelance workers — like the Uber drivers and Postmates couriers — are getting quantified. The best ones will continue to do well, but what about the others, the victims of this data darwinism? Do they have any protection or any rights?"
- The Security Benefits of RPM Packaging | Red Hat SecurityRed Hat Security
- After Sinkhole Death, Experts Say Unwarranted Frenzy Has Ensued - NYTimes.com - "This is the so-called sinkhole season in Florida, a time when homes, cars and — rarely — people can drop into the abyss without warning."
- Index of /pub/origin-server/images/fedora-18 - OpenShift VM for Fedora 18.
- How OpenStack upended the private cloud market overnight — Tech News and Analysis
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Posted by Gordon Haff at 4:41 PM