Archive for February, 2007

A story about mozilla

February 27, 2007

On www.inc.com I found a story about how mozilla developed itself and how it keeps going on. Interesting managment strategies and surprising how many people are supporting the mozilla foundation.

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Mac vs PC #2

February 27, 2007

The eternal war continues… the second time.. by the way.. wheres tux?!

Words of truth…

February 25, 2007

If you are the guy who buys a smartphone two days after it’s release, dumping the one year old. You JUST have to read this article about why you should NOT behave like this and how this is hurting yourself. It’s all about gadgets…. But beware, swearing is an important part of the article *g*

Web 2.0 Podcast: Jack Ma

February 15, 2007

In this video from the Web 2.0 summit we see a discussion with Jack Ma co-founder of AliBaba.com. Interesting whats going on in china’s internet industry. I think you can also see that some americans are thinking china is very underdeveloped. On the other side, its terrifying to see how Jack Ma focuses on business and ignores all ethnical and political issues in china.

Mac vs PC #1

February 14, 2007

The eternal war continues…

Web 2.0 – After Dinner with Niklas Zennstrom

February 13, 2007

I found a bunch of video downloads of the web 2.0 summit presented by O’Reilly. I watched the talk with Niklas Zennstrom, co-founder of the KaZaA peer-to-peer file sharing network and Skype.

It’s interesting to see them speaking about skype and the future of it. Especially in the context of the skype sniffing rumours. Beside that Niklas is talking almost only in marketing language. He tries to avoid different answers and wants to present him and his company in a good light. Nothing really concrete from him. Looking this video reminds me why I’m not that happy with the proprietary skype.

Ameriquest #2

February 12, 2007

Just showing you the second one of the commercials..

Saturdays link list #1

February 10, 2007

So i found lot of interesting articles this week and i decided to collect them and present them in a single blog post….

Steve Job’s CEO of Apple just announced that the music industry would be better of without DRM. Thats an interesting news. Considering that the ITunes shop uses the FairPlay DRM system. Read more about this in the Boing Boing Article: Will Steve Jobs drop iTunes DRM in a heartbeat?

FOSDEM (Free and Open source Software Developers’ European Meeting ) is nearing and it promises to have a lot of interesting talks.. But what with us poor people who do not attend this meeting? There are two batches of interviews of speakers on their website. Interesting stuff!
The interviews are about OneLaptopPerChild, Gnome,AIGLX, LinuxBIOS, Jabber, Bacula and the Linux Kernel and more…

An interesting interview between LinuxWorld and Jeremy Allison about Samba and the deal between Microsoft and Novell

The Road to KDE 4: Phonon Makes Multimedia Easier

February 8, 2007

There is a new article from the “The Road to KDE 4…” series. It’s all about Phonon the KDE4 multi-media framework. It’s a bit lengthy, but intereseting for all people who wants to know whats going on in the KDE4 development.

Skype’s reading your bios data

February 7, 2007

You know skype? Everybody knows skype. Yeah it’s a great tool. A lot of people would say it’s no problem that it’s no free software (i.e. the source code is not available for the public). Because the maker of kazaa promised to keep their software free of malware. So.. there is a blog entry from a female hacker which founds out that skype DOES sniff around in your bios data. Hmmm.. so for the promising part… You CAN’T promise a software which is not free software…