Thursday, October 16, 2008

16-Oct-2008 AM clippings


New South Wales in Australia is considering the issue of A$56 million of Linux-based laptops to the state's secondary school students:,24897,24490953-15306,00.html

The National Library of New Zealand is preparing to unleash their web harvesting bot - and it will ignore robots.txt unless you ask them:

Adobe releases Flash 10 on Windows, Mac and Linux platforms simultaneously. Solaris support expected later this year:

Following on from the success for the Eee PC and Eee Box, Asus release a 15.6 inch touchscreen PC of similar specifications:

Three men are up on charges of spamming in New Zealand, facing fines of up to $200,000 - having made $3.3 million. Yeah, that'll teach 'em:

Cisco, Atmel, and SICS announce the world's smallest Open Source compliant IPv6 stack. Needs 11K ROM and 2K RAM:

And finally. The Zeppelin takes to the air again as Airship Ventures starts offering 12-seat flights on its Zeppelin Luftschifftechnik NT:

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