On November 4, 2008 a great wish came true for most of the United States and the rest of the world: a great alliance of liberals, progressives, new voters, young voters, men, women, blacks, hispanics and people who wanted change in general rose up and dropkicked George W. Bush and his neoconservative cronies out of [...]
I just got done reading Jettro’s post on refactoring your library. And still being in the vacation mood, it reminded me of an idea that surfaces in my so-called brain every now and then: the public library for the twenty-first century.
Much like Jettro I have the habit of accumulating odds and ends of documentation [...]
Some time a go I was talking to Freddie. We were talking about my previous article discussing open source : Open source, fashion or commodity. He asked what has changed in the last two years in open source landscape. One of the things that came to my mind is that I got the feeling that [...]
Everyday I hear the words open source coming by more than once. Alright, I admit, open source is a big part of my work. In the ICT world talking about open source is very fashionable at the moment. If I am thinking about my situation at home or with my friends, it’s different. Open source, [...]