A must watch video from Ted.com.
Providing one’s health records in a secure, ubiquitous manner is something I feel we are about to achieve using the
Ah the power of the human vocal cords.
I am really happy to see the inclusion into the next release of Fedora (release 8) the ability to include
I think that if Ballmer wants to buy “companies that are built around open-source products”, it is not so much
Never watched Ma and Pa Kettle on TV before, but this is a gem. Enjoy.
I am really thrilled to read that this year’s Nobel Prize for Economics goes to three individuals, one of whom,
Our friends in Malaysia have done this. Why not us as well? Here’s a video of yours truly speaking about
I signed in support of repealing section 377A of the penal code. Would you please as well? Singapore is on
I am deeply concerned with the way things are moving in this world that too many of us are not
I really like what Shawn Frayne has been able to do in generating electricity using the harmonics of materials. I
Watching the comedy that is Steve Ballmer continuing to imagine that he knows and speaks the truth is getting to
What a dubious site? Ballmer’s “pot calling the kettle black” diatribe is allegedly viewable on a site called mydeo.com. Turns
I am not sure of Scribd’s suggestion to place ones documents online and retrieved from anywhere. While that is critical,
I have just been told that the person who chaired the Malaysian standards committee that recommended a “Disapprove with comments”
I suppose it calls for a celebration. Not every day that Microsoft gets an award. I am sure my friends
Last week’s Internet unplugging by the Burmese junta is an important lesson in the need to set up a store-forward