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Now that football season has started…

A first grade teacher in Cleveland explains to her class that she is a Browns fan. She asks her students to raise their hands if they, too, are Browns fans. Everyone in the class raises their hand, except the little

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Windows Vista – Lotus Notes Style Views

The first beta version of Microsoft Windows Vista was released to beta testers today. Breaking with tradition MS have released a number of screenshots on their presspass website. One of the new features in Windows Vista is called virtual folders.

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Should OS/2 Be Made Open Source

IBM announced earlier this month that it will withdraw its operating system OS/2 officially from sale on December 23 this year and will offer support through to the end 2006. Now that the funeral has been announced the active OS/2

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World Community Grid

The other day Alan Leposky blogged about the World Community Grid. This is a Grid Computing system that used the idle time on your computer to do research on various different research projects. As your computer is processing data it

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How the Lotus RSS Feeds Saved The Day

If you haven’t already subscribed to the Lotus Support RSS feeds then make sure you do so now. The RSS feeds deliver out a batch of the latest technotes every day during the week and sometimes the information can really

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Dilbert via RSS

While Wild Bill Buchan was over last week I mentioned to him that I had found a Dilbert RSS feed.  He asked for the feed link but then totally forgot about it the next day so for his benefit and

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World Wide Wiki – Replacing Lotus Notes

Business Week is looking at the world of Wiki’s with an interesting article of how a Wiki’s are starting to find their way into large companies  and that “They’ve become a cheaper, more flexible collaboration alternative to both overtaxed e-mail

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