Tuesday, January 20, 2009

20-Jan-2009 PM clippings


The European Commission finds that Microsoft unfairly boosts the market share of Internet Explorer by tying it to Windows:

The New Zealand Library and Information Association of New Zealand, Aotearoa tells minister Steven Joyce to repeal section 92:
http://mcgovernonline.blogspot.com/2009/01/lianza-sec-92a-new-zealand-publications.html http://creativefreedom.org.nz/story.html?id=49

More than three cups of coffee per day causes hallucinations, says a green, fluffy rabbit hanging from my ceiling:

A report into the effect of social online networks being accessed by children shows they're relatively benign, compared to the real world:

In memoriam. Patrick McGoohan of The Prisoner dies aged 80. He was not a number - he was a free man:

Lego to release a range of brightly-coloured, block cameras and MP3 players - before the DIY crowd get carried away with it:

And finally. More evidence of chemical warfare. Not Gaza this time, but in the ancient Roman city of Dura in the 3rd century AD:

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