The next huge technological innovation has only lobbyists and old business hampering it. The technology has been ready, waiting. Many countries have realized it and cleaned up old fashioned backwards regulations. Countries like mine (Canada) appear ready to play catch-up for decades to come. This innovation will: Increase telecommuting. Increase videoconferencing meetings. Speed business communications. […]
I keep coming across some very wrong perceptions of what the open and free parts mean, and a strange semantic argument against one license that has never made sense to me. This is my open source 101 for non-techies.
Big win for Free as in Freedom software: huge and important news: free licenses upheld
There is a bill , C-61 which takes away many rights involving technology. It affects everyone who uses anything electronic and would make many common practices illegal. I urge you to complain to your MP and tell them you won’t vote for them or their party if they vote yes. We’re talking illegal to move […]
I’m not sure how much of this gets to the mainstream, I see filtered news thanks to RSS and bookmarks. There is a technological war going on right now, similar to the Blu-ray vs HD-DVD one, and certainly far more important. It’s a fight over your documents and what format they are in. It’s ironic […]
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