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Links 1 through 10 of 196 by Simon Phipps tagged software

When we speak of free

software, we are referring

to freedom, not price. --

I stumbled across this almost-decade-old posting from Danny's site after being reminded of it by his new postings.

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It's just two weeks away, get ready to join in!

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This new Ward Cunningham project looks both fascinating and brilliant. For those who were looking at what "innovation" might mean today, look here.

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The incremental adjustment of software patent law in the USA continues. As the global corporate conflict intensifies, we'll see more and more of these cases reaching the courts.

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Delightfully comprehensive instructions on how to build LibreOffice.

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Open source alternative to Prezi. Yes please!

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One day one of these cases will have an outcome so outrageous that legislators will be forced to hold up a hand to the corporate hawks and ask them why they want even more regulation. It would have to be a case where a market was ruined and a major corporation bankrupted in a highly visible and global way, of course.

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This is the online equivalent of a group of people keeping a jar full of Tesco Clubcards by the door so they can get all the benefits without losing their privacy.

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This is bad news, but given the shift to the right that's happened in SCOTUS not terribly surprising. Let's hope that Congress sees the case and realises that the law needs updating, as appears to have happened in the UK given the request for and then result of the Hargreaves report.

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One of the things I keep hearing some advisors saying is that VCs won't invest in your startup (or at least are much less likely to) if you don't have any patents, becuase patents protect your innovation. In turn, this meme is used by patent capitalists (like disaster capitalists only more active) to justify their assertion that patents promote innovation. Well, here's one of the most respected VCs I know saying that's just not so.

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