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What Apple did in 10 years to its main product (via TUAW)
The CPU and RAM, fit into such a tiny device, are the most incredible aspects here.
I remember when the iMac was a huge leap from the 1990 Macintosh classic (1 MB RAM, 40 MB hard disk). I’d love to see that one added on the left.
we are going to show how government data creation is to 21st century job creation as the erie canal was to 19th century job creation.
The UK government’s deputy Chief Information Officer has outlined plans to hand public sector IT contracts over to small businesses and suppliers of open-source and cloud-based solutions in an attempt to balance the books.
We’re excited to join a group of pioneering agencies and offices – like Whitehouse.gov, Commerce.gov, and Ed.gov [ …and NYSenate.gov]– that have helped activate a movement that embraces and promotes inter-agency website efforts, while helping to usher in systemic change. As an open source content management system, Drupal also enjoys a robust and active community of users, code contributors, and evangelists.
MSNBC, serrusly? a charmin ad on a news article about a woman who sat on a toilet for 2 years?
Make no mistake: There are many things to like about Vito Lopez. The longtime lawmaker is one of the most progressive power brokers in Albany, leading on issues such as affordable housing, caring for seniors and protecting loft tenants. But Lopez’s bare-knuckled approach to politics — one that many voters may think died with Tammany Hall or other urban machines — is destructive to democracy. Like Lopez, it must go.