- Is PaaS dying? : CloudAve - The title is a bit link-baity but I don't necessarily disagree with the argument that there's convergence going on in different layers of the stack.
- The Design of Everyday Things - Udacity - RT @dalmaer: I have been curious about Don Normans design course and it just went live on @Udacity
- 5 Predictions for 2014 from Red Hat’s CTO - “@RedHatGov: 5 Predictions for 2014 from Red Hat’s CTO ” << Good list from @addvin
- Flooby Nooby: The Cinematography of "The Incredibles" Part 1
- Salmon Bites with Tomatillo Agar Fluid Gel Sauce Recipe - Modernist Cooking Made Easy
- Salesforce.com to Join OpenStack Cloud Project - The CIO Report - WSJ - There's a lot of confusion embedded in these sentences. "But Salesforce.com has been criticized for having developed its platform using a proprietary computer language that makes it difficult for customers to switch to another vendor. The move to OpenStack will help the company attract more developers to write applications for its services platform by giving them confidence that whatever applications they develop will also work on other cloud platforms. It will also give comfort to businesses concerned that they would be unable to transfer applications and data created with those applications, should they want to switch vendors and sever their relationship with Salesforce.com."
- Calibrated Background Noise Generators | Online & Free
- OpenStack Project Update Webinars » The OpenStack Blog - RT @OpenStack: Starting tomorrow, webinars on the status of all OpenStack Programs directly from the Tech Leads. Details on
- Why consider Red Hat Storage Server for your OpenStack deployments? - YouTube - RT @RedHatStorage: Learn the benefits of using #RedHat Storage for your @OpenStack deployments in this short video:
- AOL’s hyper-local hubris: Patch is dying because local journalism is artisanal, not industrial — Tech News and Analysis - "As I and a number of others have argued for some time, Armstrong’s solution to this hyper-local conundrum — and the related hyper-local advertising strategy he hoped would help pay for it — was fatally flawed because it is an inherently industrialized approach to what isn’t an industrial problem. In a nutshell, hyper-local news or journalism or content of any kind isn’t something that can scale to the point where a single massive entity like AOL can apply an assembly-line solution and profit."
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Posted by Gordon Haff at 3:16 PM