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Links 21 through 30 of 1319 Alex Barnett's Bookmarks

In other words, Apple's lack of communication and service is hurting its developers, who already have to give up a big chunk of revenue from application sales to Apple. Apple is making them pay for poor service.

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Another potentially large segment may be in the traditional desktop space. As we continue to transition away from desktop centric delivery to that of a cloud centric application models, the fight for the desktop will start to become the fight for the delivery of hybrid applications that make use of both local and remote resources.

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quick analysis on SaaS offerings by Oracle, IBM, SAP, Microsoft, and Intuit

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I got a briefing (under embargo) on Intuit’s new Cloud Computing Platform based on Adobe Flex with QuickBase.

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PolitiFact is a project of the St. Petersburg Times and Congressional Quarterly to help you find the truth in the presidential campaign. Every day, reporters and researchers from the Times and CQ will analyze the candidates' speeches, TV ads and interviews and determine whether the claims are accurate.

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Here's the fifth and final episode of The Machine That Changed the World, this one focusing on global information networks including the Internet. The Machine That Changed the World is the longest, most comprehensive documentary about the history of computing ever produced, but since its release in 1992, it's become virtually extinct.

Includes links to videos of Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4.

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The Machine That Changed the World is the longest, most comprehensive documentary about the history of computing ever produced, but since its release in 1992, it's become virtually extinct. Out of print and never released online, the only remaining copies are VHS tapes floating around school libraries or in the homes of fans who dubbed the original shows when they aired. It's a whirlwind tour of computing before the Web, with brilliant archival footage and interviews with key players.

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