- In case anyone thought it was unfair of me to add Barbara Darrow's "Unblog" to the pro-SCO column, check out today's piece, "Where's PJ? Chapter Two". Her two journalistic sources today are MOG and that "Where's PJ" blog. Naturally MOG has a catty little piece up too, but the full text of the article is only available on pay-per-spew. Pay to read a MOG article? Moi? Ha. It is to laugh.
As for why it's called "Unblog", as far as I can tell it's because the thing doesn't accept user comments.
- More threats from Steve Ballmer. Naturally he's not about to specify exactly what precious M$ IP he's accusing people of violating. Sounds familiar, huh?
- A large home improvement chain in Europe is switching to Red Hat from Windows. Although I admit to being a bit disappointed. When first saw the word "Kingfisher", I thought the story was about the beer of that name. No such luck, at least not today.
- How to delete a shortcut off your Vista desktop, in seven easy steps.
- Dell recently unveiled a new system called "IdeaStorm", which is just marketing speak for "a suggestion box". The top suggestions were 1.) Linux preinstalled, and 2.) OOo preinstalled. So we'll see what comes of that, I guess.
- Blankenhorn on "The commie smear against open source".
- BBC on Big Media's latest attempt to bully non-DMCA-compliant countries around the world.
- From the DUH department: Default router passwords are Considered Harmful.
- From the WTF department: PC Magazine lists the 10 Weirdest Vibrating Devices. Must've been a slow day around HQ or something.
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