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This is a fascinating and disturbing look at online crime and the increased sophistication of the organizations behind it. The online gangs are also going after those that try and track them down, or stop them from stealing. No, not the cops, but the companies and organizations that make anti-virus software, and study malware created [...]
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I guess my bar must be set pretty low, I've been using IE7 beta for awhile and like it. Have not experienced major problems, and expect that things like Favorites editing would be updated in later beta releases. Either way, I like it (wish it was on the Mac as well… where using Firefox for [...]
I was bouncing around SDN today looking for stuff to talk about tonight on a Web 2.0 panel I am participating in and I found this PHP toolkit for NetWeaver and discussion forum on the subtopic. Finally.
We had an inside source at Portal that told us this deal was in the works back in December. Mark put together a great set of recomendations for how we should deal with this in the event that it actually happened. It did, it's nice to be prepared. The Village View: Oracle acquires Portal This [...]
This made me think of now-defunct @Home from a few hundred years ago. Wasn't their architectured premised on the notion of caching massive quantities of data out to the edge of the network in order to circumvent the architectural shortcoming of packet networks for streaming and other high bandwidth content? Bit Torrent looks like a [...]
Mike Kaul is a really good friend of mine, and also the CEO at diCarta (Valentine poached him from one of my companies a few years back, but it really was a great move for Mike). This merger is actually a good case study in how to push through the "tweener stage" that enterprise software [...]