Daily Archives: September 5, 2011

Government of Canada Enters 21st Century

I was poking around a GC site when I found that “Linux” was a supported OS. Not only that but they supported Fedora Core 8 or Ubuntu 7.1 and FireFox 2.0.0.6+. I had none of those (Ubuntu 7.1 should probably … Continue reading

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Another Crack in Oracle’s Case Against Google

“Oracle in its Answer to Google’s Amended Counterclaims alleged that the doctrine of assignor estoppel barred Google’s assertion of invalidity based on Google’s employment of and being in privity with some of the inventors of the seven patents-in-suit … NOW … Continue reading

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Armageddon of IT

Armageddon Ar`ma*ged”don ([aum]r*m[.a]”j[e^]”d’n), n. the final, decisive battle between the forces of good and evil, as foretold in the Apocolypse of Saint John. Also, the site of that battle. Used metaphorically for a vast and decisive conflict, attended by cataclysmic … Continue reading

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Software Freedom Day to be Celebrated September 17, 2011

Free Software just keeps growing. I had no idea how much until I poked around the site linked to the logo, above and found activities planned in Canada. Kitchener’s planning an InstallFest and other software give-aways. Montreal has two projects … Continue reading

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