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Four Steps to Ensure Adoption of Project Management Software |

by simon_bricolo
Quelques conseils pour l'adoption d'un nouveau logiciel par une équipe


Five Best DVD Ripping Tools |

by simon_bricolo
Quelques outils intéressants pour riper des dvds


How to protect your data forever: the three principles of backup

by tonnaje
Protecting your data is vital. This is especially true now, with more and more of our life being stored in electronic format. This article presents the three principles of backup.

How to backup your Wordpress blog using Subversion

by tonnaje
We all do backups of our Wordpress database... However, this article adds an interesting twist: using Subversion to store the SQL dump file.

9 Ways to Build Your Own Social Network |

by simon_bricolo & 4 others
Article sur la création de son propsre réseau social à l'aide d'outil en white label et autre


Freeing the Mind : Free Software and the Death of Proprietary Culture

by bader & 1 other
Eben Moglen is professor of law at Columbia University Law School. He serves without fee as General Counsel of the Free Software Foundation. You can read more of his writing at These remarks were the keynote address at the University of Maine Law School's Fourth Annual Technology and Law Conference, Portland, Maine, June 29, 2003.

What's wrong with software patents? | Free Software Magazine

by bader (via)
The simple question “what’s wrong with software patents?” stirs up controversy and divides the IT industry into two camps like no other. Every group has their own ideology about software patents. Those who don’t like them claim that they are anti-competitive, that they are tools used by industry giants to crush free and open software, that they are bad for innovation, that they are monopolies, etc. Those who like them claim that they are simply units of intellectual property, to be traded like any other commodity.

InfoQ - Tracking change and innovation in the enterprise software development community

by maxjhuang & 11 others (Information Queue) is an independent online community focused on change and innovation in enterprise software development, targeted primarily at the technical architect, technical team lead (senior developer), and project manager. InfoQ serves the Java, .NET, Ruby, SOA, and Agile communities with daily news written by domain experts, articles, video interviews, video conference presentations, and mini-books.

What is Wikio? Definitely web 2.0 but what?

by ycc2106
I've heard the words 'social bookmark', 'digg', 'technorati' mentioned in articles about Wikio but I find it quite different:

Blog software comparison chart

by ycc2106 & 24 others
This chart is a companion to the article "Time to check: Are you using the right blogging tool?," published July 14, 2005

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