Monthly Archives: June 2004

Leaving for GUADEC. See you all soon!

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Reagan’s Eighties: “Greed is right. Greed works. Greed clarifies, cuts through and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit. Greed, in all of its forms — greed for life, for money, for love, knowledge — has marked the upward surge … Continue reading

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“Author Ray Bradbury is demanding an apology from American filmmaker Michael Moore for lifting the title from his classic science-fiction novel Fahrenheit 451 without permission and wants the new documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 to be renamed.”

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Mandrake

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Saw Angels in America the other week. Al Pacino’s Roy Cohn was so great, I read a whole bunch of history about Cohn and the McCarthy era. Great stuff. So, I was surprised to see an article about the McCarthy … Continue reading

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Bryan Cantrill, recently speaking about Solaris going Open Source, once famously asked Dave Miller, “Have you ever kissed a girl?”

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Going to Norway and London next week. Going to Canada and the USA at the end of July, possibly for a couple of weeks. Reminded this morning that I’ll be going to London again in August. The Boston Summit will … Continue reading

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Ah, Hans Reiser is good for a laugh: “This is all part of what responsible release management is about. I was the junior whiz kid in professional release management teams before starting Namesys. I listened to my elders and learned … Continue reading

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Munich makes it absolutely clear where they want to go today: “The city’s council voted in a closed-door meeting 50-29 in favor of a detailed plan to switch to Linux from Windows. Munich, which has spent more than a year … Continue reading

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Muchos planetarios scorchio! (For which I blame Scott.)

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