Thursday, February 11, 2010

11-Feb-2010 PM clippings


Sourceforge removes the blanket blocking of access by countries the US doesn't like and places blocking in the hands of project admins:

Norway's eGovernment agency declares OOXML to be unsuitable, recommending PDF and ODF use instead:

The Motorola Droid mobile phone can be persuaded to turn its USB port into "host" mode, theoretically allowing USB sticks etc. to work:

An interesting vulnerability in Microsoft Paint, allowing remote code execution via JPEG images. Use Gimp instead:

Ferroelectric memory makes the news again, this time with a completely organic base material:

And finally. The UK trials the first amphibious bus service, the amfibus, run by Stagecoach across the River Clyde:

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