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By James Governor on October 23, 2009
I like Wikipedia a lot. But it infuriates me than while major incumbents in any sector are “notable” enough to be worthy of an entry, small firms, or new ideas, are not. Its bizarre that while RedMonk is cited repeatedly in the knowledge base, when people have tried to create an entry for us it [...]
By Tom Raftery on October 23, 2009
Photo credit przemion
Came across a great story on pressreleasefinder today via Twitter about a project in the Netherlands called WarmCO2.
What is WarmCO2?
It is a project which takes residual heat and CO2 from Dutch fertiliser manufacturer Yara and using infrastructure supplied by partner company Visser & Smit Hanab, pipes them to vegetable growers [...]
By Sandy Kemsley on October 23, 2009
For once, I don’t need to travel to see a (mini) vendor conference: Software AG has taken it on the road and is here in Toronto this morning. I wanted to get an update of what’s happening with webMethods since I attended their user conference in Miami last November, and this seemed like a good [...]
By Chris Selland on October 23, 2009
Regardless of how free-marketeers (like me) feel about it, ‘Net Neutrality‘ is about to be upon us, as the FCC yesterday voted unamimously to begin drafting new rules on network providers.
Challenges are already being posed, and if there is a significant change in the makeup of Congress in the 2010 elections this legislation could be [...]