Miro – open internet tv

November 13th, 2007

I use the upcoming release of version 1.0 of the Miro Media player (previously know as Democracy Player) as an occasion to report about this cool project. There are many video platforms in the web but most of them are silos based on proprietary formats. The Participatory Culture Foundation wants to solve that: Miro is […]

Concerns regarding OpenSocial

November 1st, 2007

I guess you didn’t miss the big hype about Googles OpenSocial (link doesn’t work so far), which is a set of open API standards for social networks. I like Google for using open standards and working with and not against the community. But regarding this opening of social networks (same for FOAF/XFN) I have strong […]

Puffy is back – OpenBSD 4.2

November 1st, 2007

Who needs leopards if you can have fish? The OpenBSD project proudly presents OpenBSD 4.2 – the operating system for the practical paranoid. As usually Federico Biancuzzi has interviewed some of the developers about the current release. The interview will be is online at O’Reilly’s ONLamp.

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