Daily Archives: February 27, 2013

Udine

‘Open source software is everywhere in the offices of Udine’s administration. The vast majority of servers in use at Udine, 96 per cent, use either the Red Hat or Debian Linux distribution. Postgresql is the default relational database management system. … Continue reading

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Bombs and Bull-shit

Haretz:“The nuclear reactor at Arak is scheduled to become active, according to the Iranian reports to IAEA in early 2014 and is claimed by Tehran to be for civilian purposes. The use of heavy water in a nuclear reactor would … Continue reading

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Freedom on Buses, Computers and Everywhere

I wrote a post on LinuxAdvocates. Here’s an excerpt: “To some these are wild, impractical concepts but they are living in a fog, not seeing the Digital Divide which excludes the poor or remote people from having good information technology. … Continue reading

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PhotoShop Ported to Linux, more or less

For those who list lack of PhotoShopTM as a negative for GNU/Linux, look at this: “Edit and share photos virtually anywhere. Access them all on Photoshop.com Edit and share photos virtually anywhere. Touch to crop, rotate, adjust color, and add … Continue reading

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