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Alerts for techmails79758@gmail.com from ZDNet.com | Aug 18, 2009 8:49:20 PM

First look at stable Firefox 3.5

Dana Blankenhorn: When Mozilla invites you to download Firefox 3.5 oblige.

Mon Aug 17 05:41:22 PDT 2009


Mon Aug 17 04:44:36 PDT 2009

Mozilla pushes out .Net incompatible Firefox 3.5

Dana Blankenhorn: Everything else is expected to work with the new Firefox except .Net, so it's ready not just for download but ready to be pushed out with notes to all clients urging them to get it?

Mon Aug 17 04:44:36 PDT 2009

Will mobile Linux distros hang separately?

Dana Blankenhorn: This is just what happened with Unix back in the day. The software was great, but each vendor had their own way of doing things, so the market never really developed. Unix did not hang together and so each vendor hung separately. Is this about to happen with mobile Linux?

Fri Aug 14 06:36:46 PDT 2009

Behind the failure of OpenSourceWorld

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source has, and will continue to do a lot of good in the world. But trade shows and badges? We don't need no steenkin' trade shows and badges.

Fri Aug 14 04:46:20 PDT 2009

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