Daily Archives: November 17, 2010

Environmental Values

“A shareholder proposal to set up a board committee for environmental sustainability failed. Harrington Investments, a small firm in California’s Napa Valley, supported the plan. “It’s extremely important that the directors recognize that sustainability, environmental sustainability, is a criteria for … Continue reading

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Retail Shelves

The bottleneck of retail shelves is at last opening. I was replying to a troll on LinuxInsider when I did some digging and found retail shelves at Kmart in the USA and even in my nearest city, Winnipeg, with GNU/Linux … Continue reading

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Debian Squeeze Approaches

“Debian 6.0 “Squeeze”: Call for Upgrade and Installation tests The Debian project is proud to announce, that its upcoming release Debian 6.0 “Squeeze” has entered the final phase of its development cycle and is nearly in its final form. We … Continue reading

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