Another patent in the DNA realm (see Slashdot).Fortunately only for making music.
Sorry, no cartoon today.I'm a big fan of the Java Posse and I'm just excited that they are coming even to us in old europe.
And all of us european I-use-tabs-instead-of-spaces-wannabe-geeks (I'm one of them) may have a hard time.
Jason Calacanis has turned off the comments (see calacanis.com).That was the last sign. We're in the eve of the demise of Web 2.0.
Yet another not-related-to-any-actual-stuff post.But we cannot be reminded too often how important is a good plan for a good project.
Today's post is not related to actual stuff.But a good documentation is always important.
Though Cuba has free software (see an older post) a lot of IT folks leave it (see ZDNet).
Even the U.S. Congress is a bit concerned about Googles knowledge about us all (see Donna Bogatin).
Is it a difference whether Apple or someone else cripples your phone?See Jason D. O'Grady.
Even more than 200 years ago we had to face a big surge of Twitter like services (see Scobleizer).
Exciting new patent from Microsoft (see Slashdot).
I'm a IT-guy in Hamburg, Germany