BarCamp Singapore happens tomorrow, February 28, 2009. It will be a fun event as bar camps are always. This time
An intriguing idea of a city being buit up by the residents themselves. I like the idea and I can
Looks like M$ has found someone to threaten with their FUD claims to Linux violating some of the “software patents”.
About a year ago, I was mildly curious about twitter, although I was quite sure that it was a good
Been reading an article that appeared in February’s issue of Linux For You about how “Oracle’s contributions to the Linux
I think Downing Street is way ahead in their thinking (and they should be). The e-government initiatives of the Singapore
more of a bookmark for my Dell Latitude D620 laptop: %cat /proc/acpi/battery/BAT0/info present: yes design capacity: 7800 mAh last full
The IDA awarded a S$1.alot billion contract to HP/EDS under the Standard Operating Environment project. The entire project will be
Story of Stuff!
While it seems that this blog is talking about the obvious to those of us who understand, it is pathetic
Just came across a note about the UUCP Mapping project and that it was shut down in 2000. That got
Happy to read that my alma mater’s efforts in promoting open source being recognized as one of the US’ top
as opposed to proprietary MS software, then why does a bounty of US$250k be offered? And people continue to listen
Huh? The quote in the subject “Proprietary software products are much better documented than open source because of the volunteer
Like all conspiracy stories, I particularly am intrigued by the idea that perhaps the moonlight tool (that emulates the flash-like
Flashback to the pact that is to hold up the fortunes of Novell with MS money. Fast forward to the
Just got the official certificate stating that the Singapore Computer Society is appointing me as a Fellow of the SCS.
How many more times does Wong Kan Seng need to have to put brain in gear before opening mouth? February
I am deeply disappointed with the comments by Mr Liu Tuck Yew, a senior minister of state at the Singapore
What a great way to pick up every nickle and dime from consumers! Assuming that the story is legit, what
Very happy to see that the Creative Commons for Singapore is now live on the Creative Commons – Singapore page.
A company called “Fortify” (no link here – no need to help drive traffic to them) has claimed that after
While looking up some other stuff, I came across the gerrymander definition in wikipedia. What I was NOT surprised to
It is a slow news day for a call to be made to make Windows open sourced! What will they