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Infamous hacker zine 2600—champion of freedom, transparency, and the technophile's playful spirit—has announced that it's begun compiling the hacker calendar, which will commemorate important anniversaries in technological culture.
8 comments Posted 10 Jun 2011 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed
True confessions: I’ve been using OpenOffice since 2002 (since I started working at Red Hat, where it was mandated) and… I don’t like it (*gasp* – did he just say that?).  Yep, it’s true.  OpenOffice is just not that great of a user experience.  Microsoft Office, with all it’s bloat, is better. ... Read more
9 comments Posted 8 Jun 2011 by Todd Barr Feed
What does it take to find a cure for Alzheimer’s? Can we spare returning soldiers from post-traumatic stress disorder? The moon shot is on collaboration and sharing. And just as in the moon race, the challenge is far too great for a single group to undertake it alone.
0 comments Posted 6 Jun 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
Co-author:  Paul Jones We wrote yesterday about some early technologists' move away from email--and Paul Jones, professor at UNC-CH (and more) was kind enough to not only co-author the piece, but answer our questions about the why and how of his inbox migration. Here's our questions and his... Read more
1 comment Posted 3 Jun 2011 by bascha (Red Hat) Feed
"If I tell you that this is the greatest good for a human being, to engage every day in arguments about virtue and the other things you have heard me talk about, examining both myself and others, and if I tell you the unexamined life is not worth living for a human being, you will be even less... Read more
0 comments Posted 2 Jun 2011 by Leonard Kish Feed
After you vote, read some of the articles about Wikileaks from our contributors:
0 comments Posted 31 May 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
After you vote, read some of the articles about Wikileaks from our contributors:
0 comments Posted 31 May 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
Tell me, what's the difference between open source and commercial software? If you'd have asked me not long ago, I'd say that there was a world of difference between the two, and that they both sat at opposite ends of the software spectrum. "Isn't it bad," I thought, "to pay for software?"
7 comments Posted 31 May 2011 by williamfromtexas Feed
The military often finds itself in a sticky position with taxpayer-funded, contractor-developed software: one contractor with a monopoly on the knowledge of a military software system and with  effective control of the software source code. This creates inefficiencies for the government,... Read more
0 comments Posted 30 May 2011 by John Scott Feed
After you vote, find out why Microsoft cut ties with Asterisk and more details about open source Skype alternatives.
4 comments Posted 27 May 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed

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