Official Linden Blog » Blog Archive Embracing the Inevitable «
“Releasing the source now is our next invitation to the world to help build this global space for communication, business, and entertainment. We are eager to work with the community and businesses to further our vision of our space.”
(tags: floss gpl)
Windows Home Server
(tags: windows server consumer)
» Save Bandwidth With Multiple Machines with Apt-Cacher : Ubuntu (6.10) Ubuntu Tutorials : Breezy – Dapper – Edgy – Feisty
Apt-Cacher will allow you to centrally cache any updates or installed packages on a central machine and help you save bandwidth.
(tags: ubuntu debian)
Paul Thurrott’s SuperSite for Windows: Windows Home Server Preview
Microsoft will open up the product to an outside private beta test in late February and then ship it in late 2007.
(tags: windows server)
How To Resize ext3 Partitions Without Losing Data – Linux Howtos and Tutorials
(tags: linux storage howto)
iRobot – Programmable Robots: Create Robot: Search for
“An open cargo bay and 25-pin expansion port allow you to add your own sensors, grippers, wireless connections, computers or other hardware.” sweet
Build your own bot, courtesy of iRobot – CNET News.com
Want a robot that picks up your clothes? The maker of Roomba is out with a device that can be programmed to suit consumers’ specific needs.Photos: Creating a customized iRobot
Vista Works : Rolling out Vista in your organization
“If you’re planning to upgrade to Vista, you may need certain factors to evaluate such as hardware needs, licensing option, application compatibility, user & staff trainings and above all usability.”
(tags: windows vista)
Windows Vista Team Blog : Working with Data with Windows Vista
Jim Allchin, Vista, Data, and You.
(tags: vista windows)
Linux: KVM Paravirtualization | KernelTrap
A new feature that will first be availble in the upcoming 2.6.20 kernel is KVM, a Kernel-based Virtual Machine.
(tags: linux virtualization)
The Canonical Commercial Repository — 6 months later « Robitaille’s Blog
Good post — I’d welcomed the commercial repository for Ubuntu, and it’s too bad this repo isn’t getting more use.
New Rules Project – Information Sector
“A new report by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance argues that a publicly owned information infrastructure is the key to healthy competition, universal access, and non-discriminatory networks.”