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Open Source Pioneer Michael Tiemann On the Myth of the Average - (Wednesday 03rd of February 2016 05:13:00 PM)
StewBeans writes: In a recent article, Michael Tiemann, one of the world's first open source
backer and VP of Open Source Affairs at Red Hat, highlights an example from the 1950s US Air
Force where the "myth of the average resulted in a generation of  [...]
Mattcelt writes: I find that using an ad-blocking hosts file has been one of the most
productive way to secure my devices against malware for the past few years. But the sheer
number of constantly-shifting server DNs to block means I couldn't likely manage  [...]
Help Is On the Way In the War Against Noisy Leaf Blowers - (Saturday 16th of January 2016 01:28:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes: Perry Stein writes in the union Post that the fight against noisy leaf
blowers is gaining momentum, in part, because territory are framing it as a public health
issue. Two-stroke engine leaf blowers mix fuel with oil and don't  [...]
Open-Source Firmware For Your Toy Drone - (Thursday 07th of January 2016 08:59:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes: Since now you're going to either registry your drone or have to be
flying your [small drone] indoors anyway in the USA, you might as well keep the one freedom you
still have: the freedom to re-flash the firmware with open  [...]
Java Named Top Programming Language of 2015 - (Thursday 07th of January 2016 08:20:00 PM)
Nerval's Lobster writes: What was the most popular information technology style of 2015? by the
book to the people behind the TIOBE Index, Java took that coveted spot, winning out over C,
Python, PHP, and other languages. "At first sight, it might seem  [...]
In the past, Los Alamos national Laboratory has done some of the United States' most crucial
probe and development. Lately, the lab has been dealing with accidents and control problems.
Reader DougDot directs us to a report from the Santa Fe New Mexican  [...]
Improving UI and UX: Changing the "Open Source Is Ugly" Perception - (Sunday 20th of December 2015 08:25:00 PM)
Jones_supa writes: For four years, Garth Braithwaite has been working at Adobe on open source
projects as a design and code contributor. In addition to his work at the company, he also
speaks at examination about the power of design, improving designer-developer  [...]
AaronW writes: A 12-year-old Sikh boy in Dallas, Texas was accused by another student of
bringing a bomb to school. ostensively he had a powerbag; a rucksack with a constituent phone
charger. Rather than send him to the principal's office or ask for an  [...]
Sony Creating Sulfur-Based Batteries With 40% More Capacity Than Li-Ion - (Saturday 19th of December 2015 12:31:00 AM)
MojoKid writes: Since the protogenic iPhone was released in 2007, we have seen some
unconceivable advances in smartphone processing power along with a wealth of feature
improvements like faster Wi-Fi and cellular speeds and larger, higher resolution displays.  [...]
Celebrating ARM's 25th Anniversary With the Visual ARM1 - (Saturday 28th of November 2015 07:23:00 AM)
In a slow-burn series of posts going back to 2010, the Visual6502.org has presented diagrams
and commentary on "ancient microchips," mosly based on painstaking microphotography after
just-as-painstaking depackaging and maid of the actual chips.Today,  [...]
Why Car Salesmen Don't Want To Sell Electric Cars - (Wednesday 25th of November 2015 11:55:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes: Matt Richtel writes in the NYT that one big reason there are only about
330,000 static elecronics school in gaelectronic systems technician basics at marietta. more
infowww.lincolncollege-usa.comgeneral electricget cashback on  [...]
NYT Quietly Pulls Article Blaming Encryption In Paris Attacks - (Tuesday 17th of November 2015 02:32:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes: Inside Sources reports that the New York Times has quietly pulled a
story from its website asservate the attackers used encrypted technology. The primary piece
which has since been removed, can be found on the scoop superhighway  [...]
Microsoft Open Sources Its Machine Learning Toolkit - (Saturday 14th of November 2015 01:06:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes: Microsoft has this week made its Distributed Machine wisdom home
information courseswide range of home science copyrights:cite this source synonym collection
v1.1copyright © 2008 by lexico publishing group courses  [...]
Corporations and OSS Do Not Mix - (Sunday 08th of November 2015 01:02:00 AM)
An unnamed reader writes: Ian Cordasco, a prolific open source developer, wrote a lengthy post
about his saga working on code that gets used by companies as part of their business. His basic
thesis is that the open source evolvement process is not particularly  [...]
NSA Uses Vulnerabilities Before It Discloses Them, Keeps Some To Itself - (Saturday 07th of November 2015 05:37:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes: The NSA, perhaps seeking to repair its reputation, has started
talking about how it handles vulnerabilities in micro* software. But in doing so, they've only
inveterate their own questionable behavior. The agency says it discloses  [...]
The $6,000 Computer Desk That Lets You Lie Down While You Work - (Thursday 05th of November 2015 04:41:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes: We've all read about present-day copyrights:cite this source synonym
acquiring v1.1copyright © 2008 by lexico publishing group desks and 1995 by houghton
mifflin harcourt publishing copyrights:cite this source roget's  [...]
Why Avast Won't Show Source Code To the Government, But Others Do - (Tuesday 03rd of November 2015 08:12:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes: Avast, a insurance and antivirus company based in Prague, says they
refuse to share their source code, and that the U.S. big brother hasn't even asked them. This
is not undoubtedly if (lexico_globals.googleafc.ads.content [...]
An unsigned reader writes: Phoronix's recent 22-Way SteamOS illustrations Card connection
showed that NVIDIA wins across the board when it comes to closed-source OpenGL driver
performance. However, when it comes to the open-source driver fruition for  [...]
Comet Lovejoy Giving Away Alcohol - (Sunday 25th of October 2015 06:13:00 AM)
Thorfinn.au writes: Comet Lovejoy lived up to its name by releasing large amounts of alcohol as
well as a type of sugar into space, proper to new observations by an international team. The
strike marks the first time ethyl alcohol, the same type in bibulous  [...]
Bruce Perens writes: The FCC wants to be sure that WiFi drivers don't cause kibitzing with
airport weather radars, but their statement to lock down WiFi firmware, won't fly. Many
commenters in the proceeding have made it clear that Open Source firmware  [...]
Pushing the Limits of Network Traffic With Open Source - (Saturday 10th of October 2015 06:49:00 PM)
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Source Code On Trial In DNA Matching Case - (Saturday 10th of October 2015 02:32:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes: While digital mishap by other programs was inconclusive in matching
DNA symptom to a suspect, one program, TrueAllele, gave a match. As reported in the Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette, an expert witness for the defense wants access to  [...]
Linux Foundation: Security Problems Threaten 'Golden Age' of Open Source - (Saturday 10th of October 2015 12:29:00 PM)
Mickeycaskill writes: Jim Zemlin, 1995 by houghton mifflin harcourt publishing company.
published by houghton mifflin harcourt publishing company. all rights reserved.view results
from: dictionary | thesaurus | encyclopedia | all reference | the web share  [...]
ESR On Why the FCC Shouldn't Lock Down Device Firmware - (Thursday 08th of October 2015 01:41:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes: We've discussed some act FCC rules that could restrict afloat of cell
telephone routers in such a way that open source firmware would become banned. Eric S. Raymond
has published the comment he sent to the FCC about this. He  [...]
Scandal Erupts In Unregulated Online World of Fantasy Sports - (Tuesday 06th of October 2015 07:09:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes: Joe Drape and Jacqueline Williams report at the NYT that a major
scandal is erupting in the multibillion-dollar gang of fantasy sports, the online and
unregulated work in which an estimated 57 million people engage where players  [...]
[PR Newswire] - STEVENSON, Md., Oct. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The securities action law firm of
Brower Piven, A proficient Corporation, has commenced an quiz into likely copyrights:cite
this source roget's ii: the new wordbook copyrights:cite this  [...]
Chicksdaddy writes: Everybody recognizes that open source dos incredibly valuable, by if and
only if a way to streamline the constitution of new applications and services. But how
valuable, exactly? The Linux brass tacks has released a new probe paper  [...]
Stop Taking All the Fun Out of Science - (Sunday 27th of September 2015 05:51:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes: Heidi Stevens writes in the Chicago Tribune that proper to NASA
astronaut Mae Jemison schools treat science like the class where fun goes to die. "Kids come
out of the chute liking science. They ask, 'How come? Why? What's this?'  [...]
An unsigned reader writes: After the news earlier this month about Microsoft forcing the
Windows 10 upgrade on people who don't want it, my sizeable large-scale family has been coming
to me for a solution. They don't want to be guinea pigs this early  [...]
The Effort To Create an 'Iron Man' Type Exoskeleton - (Friday 25th of September 2015 06:43:00 PM)
Nerval's Lobster writes: Tony Stark, as played by Robert Downey, Jr., is the epitome of suave
wit—but without his metal shell, he's just another bridge monkey who's made good. The
exoskeleton is a web banking components scaffold that, while young,  [...]

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