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Mono Relicensed MIT

At the Mono Project blog, Miguel de Icaza announced that the Mono runtime has been relicensed, moving from a dual-license slate (with LGPLv2 and proprietary optiona) to the MIT license. The Mono compi... read more

Saturn, surreally

usually a tiny moon, stays centered while the rings and planet and other objects wheel around it. It’s a change-of-perspective effect, but amazing to watch. And you really can’t go wrong with "Moonlig... read more

Whole Foods Health Care

If people want to buy produce that’s locally raised, I don’t understand what would be wrong with that. If it’s grown nearby ... I believe in individuals—individual empowerment and individual choice. S... read more

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Richard Stallman Says No To Mono

The ultimate goal is to replace Tomboy in an effort to make Gnome and GNU/Linux distributions non-dependant on Novell's implementation of Microsoft's .NET platform. For our testing purposes, I install... read more

Microsoft acquires GitHub

"GitHub will retain its developer-first ethos and will operate independently to provide an open platform for all developers in all industries. Developers will continue to be able to use the programmin... read more

Cookies, Ad Banners, and Privacy

It's hard work to make money from banners, and getting harder every day ... and data use policies and ensure that you have adequate notice of any changes and a choice to participate." Aren't you glad ... read more

BBC Documentary About Slashdot

Want to appear in a BBC Documentary? World of Wonder are currently developing a 6 part TV project for the BBC called Digitribes that will give voice to different communities whose existence has only b... read more

Open Letter to FCC Chairman Powell

Adina Levin writes "An open letter to FCC chairman Michael Powell signed by internet and tech industry pioneers explains why the government shouldn't prop up the ailing telecom behemoths. Telecom comp... read more

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