Finally, the call for participation is out for the Third PlugFest organized by the National IT Standards Committee of Singapore.
The Sahana Project is truly an amazing project that brought to bear the value and contribution that open source can
This is very telling. MS is now “trying” to have ODF in their next office suite, but “tentativeness on ODF
tuXlab has what I would think is a well written guide to help get the deployment of LTSP and K12LTSP
Temasek is the old name of Singapore and that is where I am running another blog to rant and rave
Google Calculator! Amazing innovation. How about sqrt of (4 squared+3 squared)?
VMware has just released a virtual machine player that allows you to run a pre-created VM image on any machine.
Thanks to the EFF, we now know that Xerox used to encode information into every document that its printers created.
Digital Life, the Tuesday tabloid insert of the Straits Times celebrated it’s first year today with a party at a
It is indeed exciting to finally be able to announce the first ever PlugFest that focuses on Linux (it could
OLPC – what a nice idea. The beautiful thing about this is that it runs Linux – ie no bloat,
A nice story about how it is important for countries like Brazil to shake off the dependence on proprietary software.
We are all well aware of the reality that most applications today (especially the commodity desktop ones) have so many
An amazing amount of actvities have been happening around the US state of Massachusetts (check the audio as well) taking
The Silicon Zoo is really a wonderful site. I remember back in grad school (1989, EE, Oregon State) working on