There are days when I believe my blog should consist of a simple redirect to Mike Gunderloy's Larkware:
Buildix is a development platform on a disk: version control, bug tracking, continuous integration, and more, all on top of a single-disk Knoppix. This is the second thing I've seen built on top of Knoppix; the first was Quantian, which is a scientific development platform on a single disk.
This proposal for using multi-part filenames like TimeSheet.txt.sgml.xml.snapper to identify content. Amazing the lengths people will jump through to avoid metadata... And it makes me wonder whether Monad---sorry, PowerShell---is going to be the open window through which metadata sneaks into the house...
Bill Gates is making it harder and harder for open source fanatics to sneer at him. Microsoft's latest is Develop Without Borders: write an Office 2007 application, and win money for the charity of your choice.