Author: Mark Kent Date: Dec 29, 2006 12:22
In today's digest, we have:
* Microsoft, RSS, and Proprietary Hooks
* Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols: Microsoft Bribed Bloggers
* HDDVD and Blu-Ray DRM Said to Have Been Cracked
* Firefox Gaining Momentum in the UK
* Linux is Ready for the Desktop
* M[icrosoft]otley's Fool on Red Hat
* Moving to GNU/Linux Through O/S-Agnostic Applications
* Companies Embrace Collaboration, Wikis
* Open Source to Increase the Pace of Innovation
* Open Relays Replaced by Windows Zombies
* Korea's Open Source City a "High Success" So Far
* Barrier to Open Source/Linux Adoption is Understanding & Microsoft
Lobbying, Not Readiness
* DRM Madness -- Another Reason to Choose Linux and Beware Apple?
* Schwarzenegger Introduced to Open Source Research?
* Quietly Yet Steadily, the World Migrates to Linux
* Lego Firmware Released as Open Source
* It's All About Web Services Now (SaaS)
* Linux-based Portable Media Player Reviewed ...