Monday, July 6, 2009

06-Jul-2009 AM clippings


The State Services Commission is suggesting that government agencies should drop some common Microsoft apps, as they're underused:

Tridge of Samba fame releases a patch that allows Linux to use FAT filesystems without being targeted by patent trolls:

New Zealand suggests conducting trials by videoconference to save money in prisoner transfer fees:

The EU caps roaming mobile phone calls, TXTs and data charges making them 60% cheaper for most users and ending the great roaming rip-off:

The next release of Wine is out, allowing yet more Windows apps to run on an x86 Linux machine:

And finally. Air NZ find a unique way of making people pay attention to the pre-flight safety video. The presenters are naked (SFW):

Vik :v) Diamond Age Solutions Ltd.

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