Monthly Archives: March 2006

Porvoo 9, Ljubljana, Slovenija

Web site for the next Porvoo9 conference oneID The Porvoo Group is an international cooperative network whose primary goal is to promote a trans-national, interoperable electronic identity, based on PKI technology (Public Key Infrastructure) and electronic ID cards, in order … Continue reading

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BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Film fans get permanent downloads

from the BBC News story: “Fans will pay £19.99 for a DVD of their chosen film plus two digital copies to keep indefinitely – one for their home computer and one for a portable device.” Hmm…a digital copy to keep … Continue reading

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Slashdot | Solving the Home Library Problem?

From Slashdot: Do you follow the technology or the organisation?

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Slashdot | Card Processing Software May Store CC Info

“Visa has sent out a warning to customers stating that some card processing software may keep customer data even after a transaction is complete. The setup, two versions of a software made by Fujitsu Transaction Solutions, is used by such … Continue reading

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Slashdot | Micro-ISV: From Vision to Reality

Slashdot review of “Micro-ISV: From Vision to Reality” by Bob Walsh Trials and tribulations of setting up as an independent software vendor…

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eekim.com: EEK Speaks

The rumours are true….Doug Engelbart is re-starting work on his “Hyperscope” project. Backed now with NSF funding, it is an initiative to bring more powerful capabilities to the web, aimed at helping people become much more effective contributors and collaborators … Continue reading

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BBC NEWS | Technology | Blogging book competition hots up

The first short-list for a literary prize that rewards bloggers turned bookwriters has been announced. Dubbed the Blooker Prize, the contest is for those bloggers who have turned their episodic journals into something more substantial. (from the BBCnews.com web site)

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