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- Flash Player ActionScript Virtual Machine
While from 2006, this is a deep dive into the Flash Player.
- Why Google Analytics for Flash
- gaforflash -Google Analytics Tracking For Adobe Flash
- The Opposite of Momentum or “Sophie’s Choice” for Rubyists.
"So, it’s with great sadness that I agree with several recent Rubyist’s blog posts and say that Ruby is in a very bad place right now. It’s no longer cutting edge, it’s technically stagnant, is in implementation limbo, and just isn’t… well… fun, anymore."
- JavaFX Plugin for Eclipse — Project Kenai
- Cloud computing to the max
On using cloud and SaaS stuff at MuleSource.
- HP talks clouds, diamonds and tiaras • The Register
Pretty good take on what HP is and could be up to in cloud stuff. I'm not sure simply opening up EDS's data-centers would be much though.
- What's the use of JavaFX?
- iPhones coming to Wal-Mart; maybe for $99 – SiliconValley.com
"But Kim Nguyen, who is the department manager of the cell phone department at the Milpitas Wal-Mart, said she was told by an AT&T representative that her store would be getting a 4 GB model. She also said the store was supposed to get some iPhones two days before Christmas."
- New Austin incubator seeks to help young businesses grow
- Microsoft and HP get SaaSy with resellers • The Register
Hmm, I'm not sure this is a good direction.
- Planview Ships SaaS Offering
"Austin-based Planview, which develops software for IT management and product development management, said Wednesday that it has begun offering a new, software-as-a-service version of the firm's products. According to Planview, its new SaaS version of its Planview Enterprise application suite will be hosted by SunGard through a virtualized hosting infrastructure. The firm's software was previously only available as a traditional software install. Pricing on the new SaaS offering was not disclosed."
- Sun closes 'future' pay-per-use utility computing service • The Register
Yeah, there's big cash in batch jobs, but not the volume that fits with the pink-dot theory.
- YouTube – Sleeping Beauty Blu-ray BD Live Network
Check out how the extra, 'net enabled stuff on Bluray lets you put a bunch of interactive stuff on your movies. Trivia, chat, etc. Oh, and the actual movie itself.
- Sleeping Beauty Blu-Ray requires viewers to agree to 57 page EULA – Boing Boing Gadgets
- Sun takes another swing at cloud computing – Network World
"Sun sees three levels of cloud computing, Douglas said. At the highest level are software as a service applications such as Salesforce.com's CRM; in the middle are cloud development platforms such as the Google App Engine; and at the bottom are infrastructure services such as Amazon's EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud)."
- Cisco is big tease about 'Big Bang' switch upgrade
"We look at whether we can be a significant player in that market and we have a competitive and architectural differentiation."
- OpenSolaris upgrade unveiled
- Leaks: Yahoo's secret layoff doublespeak revealed!
Nice guide for gently shit-canning your people.
- Is Cisco an open source leech?
- Data center panel weighs cloud computing risks, rewards
"For this month's data center advisory board question, we asked our panel if data center managers should consider cloud computing for their operations, and under what scenarios." Check out my answer and those of my fellow advisory board members.
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