Monday Morning Links Serving: The November 10th Edition

Barack Obama’s Top 5 technology promises
Silicon Valley has been complaining for years that government has neglected a technology-focused promotion of education, but besides with, what can the IT industry expect from the new president? TG Daily re-visited Obama’s speeches and highlight what we believe are the five most important technology promises, besides education.

The 50 Skills Every Geek Should Have
How do YOU stack up against this list?

Lazy Linux: 11 secrets for lazy cluster admins
Visit the inner sanctum of lazy Linux admins and discover how to reduce effort, regardless of number of nodes.

Top 10 Things to Look Forward to in Windows 7
While the next iteration of the ubiquitous Microsoft desktop operating system, Windows 7, isn’t a dramatic overhaul of its predecessor Windows Vista, it does fix several sore spots and add a few welcome features.

Songbird 1.0 RC1 now available
Open source, Mozilla-based media player Songbird is inching closer to version 1.0. This week the team behind the cross-platform application made the first release candidate of Songbird 1.0 available.


2 Responses to Monday Morning Links Serving: The November 10th Edition

  1. Hrm, a lot of the things on that test I've never tried on account of I don't own a TV or any Apple products. Who needs TV when you have the internet? And who needs Apple when you've got Linux?

    And why the hell does that test include basic a-5th-grader-could-do-it HTML?

    Psh…rip a CD to V0 quality MP3…real geeks don't use MP3 because it's patent encumbered!

    I also have to wonder how #1 and #46 differ. I mean, geeks use MythTV not those silly "consumer-grade" TiVos. My old laptop was my MythTV box. Though I never used it as a DVR. See that "I don't own a TV" thing.

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