LinuxWorld Expo

I had no meetings scheduled for the afternoon, so I decided to trek into San Francisco and attend the Linux World Expo. I was mostly curious to see how the shakey economy had affected the world of businesses without business plans. I was expecting a blast crater on the exhibit floor, but was actually surprised at the fair number of booths that were reasonably well stocked with both workers and attendees. Still, I couldn’t help feeling that not all is rosy in the world of Linux.
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Will CGI Collapse the Hollywood Economy?

I have a love/hate relationship with Slashdot. They do occasionally point me at interesting stories, some of which I shamelessly swipe for this site. But often they post stories with an editorial slant which doesn’t even border on absurd. No better example can be the story today entitled
Will CGI Collapse the Hollywood Economy?

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Why, Oh Why Aren’t Web Standards Standard?

I think that creating content for the web is incredibly tedious. Sometimes it is hard because you don’t have anything good to write about. Sometimes it is hard because you want to write about something, but you are sure nobody else is really interested. But mostly it is hard because you cannot rely on anything having actually working to deliver the content that you wish to send through to the viewers of your website.
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