Link round-up for November 8-10

  • OpenOffice.org Achieves Ten Million Downloads at the End of its Beijing Conference
    That's ten million downloads just from OpenOffice.org directly. Add on Torrents, mirrors and distro repositories and you have an enormous tide of demand for OpenOffice.org 3.0. Just amazing.
  • Full text: Obama's victory speech
    Because I know I'll be looking for it again one day.
  • Faust 2.0
    The average software end user license agreement is post-Faustian
  • Obama Cites Michael Pollan's Sun-Food Agenda
    I'd not noticed this anywhere in Obama's platform so it's very promising indeed. Pollan's assertion that corn has taken control of America's diet through the big agro-corporations and is advancing its genetic supremacy by burning fossil fuels is very credible and can only be fixed by executive action if he's right.
  • Turkish Proverb
    So many things around open source happening right now, especially sponsorships and bundling, make this one seem very relevant.
Comments:

No love for fishworks?

Posted by anon on November 12, 2008 at 12:15 PM PST #

The article yesterday not enough? Tough crowd.

Posted by Simon Phipps on November 12, 2008 at 02:22 PM PST #

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