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Who said RSS was dead?

Along with blogging generally, the use of RSS and feed readers is enjoying something of a renaissance. This has had something to do with a growing disillusionment with the privacy-invading nature of leaving your interactions to the social media giants (no names, no...

No – privacy is NOT dead!

Facebook has been in the news recently over (yet more) changes to its privacy settings, and its sharing of your personal information. If you want to know how much noise the recent changes caused, you can start here. Mark Zuckerberg has been quoted as saying that...

My view of the Progress/Savvion deal

… for what it's worth :)There's plenty of talk today about the deal where Progress Software Corporation (PSC) is buying BPM vendor Savvion for about $49million – Sandy Kemsley brought it to my attention last night (in Australia) via Twitter,...

links for 2008-08-26

ongoing – Build One to Throw Away Tim Bray channelling Fred Brooks … “Programmers, good programmers, know that they’re not smart enough to get the core design choices right until they’€™ve built something that works.” (tags:...

The irony of talking about annoying software …

ZDNet in the UK has an amusing article about some of the most annoying pieces of software we might come across in our PC/Mac/whatever adventures.What’s really amusing about it is that it’s on a site where they split an article over 11 pages to maximise...