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Open Sources Episode 7

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| In this episode:
|     * Enterprise microblogging and the fact that Dave got chumped by the CEO 
|       of Yammer (or did he chump them?) 
|     * SocialText Signals and the one-stop collaboration shop
|     * Baseline Magazine seems to be stuck in 2003
|     * Twitter is hiding their business model from us
|     * We both missed the Open Source Think Tank cause we don’t drink wine and 
|       would prefer some kind of Candyland 
|     * Open source pricing and transparency–people get hung up on numbers
|     * Lots of people are going to OSBC, I’ll be offering a bit of open source 
|       Shawshank Redemption 
|     * TheFunded Startup school–good idea if they get the right people


WFTL Bytes! for Mar 5, 2009

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| This is WFTL Bytes!, your occasiodaily FOSS and Linux news show for Thursday, 
| March 5, 2009, with your host, Marcel Gagné. This is episode 53. On today's 
| newscast . . . Helios goes mano-a-mano for being a Linux guy, car companies 
| looking to Linux, netbooks again (it's been a while), bad support, Microsoft 
| spreading FUD, FOSS people spreading FUD, and a Scale wrap-up.    



Feeling the heat at Microsoft

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| A couple of years ago you reiterated that IBM was Microsoft's biggest
| competitor and you said not just on the business side, but overall. If I ask
| you who is Microsoft's biggest competitor now, who would it be?  
| Ballmer: Open...Linux. I don't want to say open source. Linux, certainly have
| to go with that.


'The WFTL Show', Episode 3 : Show Notes

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| This episode of The WFTL Show took place on September 2, 2008. The theme of
| this show was 'Spawn of Netscape', a show where we talked about new browsers
| and those that came from Netscape, Mozilla, and Firefox. There was the usual
| opening chat about news, including a lawsuit against the Quebec government,
| and Google's much hyped and anticipated browser, Chrome.

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