Monthly Archives: January 2012

Does Popularity = Success?

Does the current popularity of an open source project, automatically mean that it is successful?   It can but how do we define successful for an open source project? Just because a project is popular does not necessarily mean that … Continue reading

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Caging Knowledge

So, Apple’s recent iBooks 2 announcement has many drooling in the media.  While I applaud the attempt to make textbooks more affordable, I do not like the proprietary nature of the implementation.   Consumers are getting locked more and more … Continue reading

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New Year, New Challenges

For the last year and half I have been working with eBay through Intalio, on the Turmeric SOA project.   With the new year, I’ll be transitioning off the Turmeric SOA project to an internal Intalio project.   I’ll still … Continue reading

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