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Yeti, tenes que empezar a hacer relaciones para enterarte de todo por el interno. si a mi me llegan los chismes...jejejeje.

Bueno, el Beta salio hoy. Yo no tenia noticia de esto, ni sabia que lo estaba haciendo Corel.

Stikkit no es un dashboard basico, pero no se asemeja a lo que yo estoy buscando. Yo sigo sin encontrar un candidato completo. He visto pedazos, pero nada integrado.

I meant.

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Isaac el Ciego
Yeti, tenes que empezar a hacer relaciones para enterarte de todo por el interno. si a mi me llegan los chismes...jejejeje.

Bueno, el Beta salio hoy. Yo no tenia noticia de esto, ni sabia que lo estaba haciendo Corel.

jejeje bueno ten en cuenta que apenas llevo un mes y aun soy "aprendiz"

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Jasper
jejeje bueno ten en cuenta que apenas llevo un mes y aun soy "aprendiz"

Esa info vale oro despues.

Yeti, a ustedes le prohiben tener acciones de las empresas con las que hacen pruebas?

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Esa info vale oro despues.

Yeti, a ustedes le prohiben tener acciones de las empresas con las que hacen pruebas?

Je je Caiaffa reparta tarjetas a este par por si acaso lo llaman en un futuro!

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Isaac el Ciego
Esa info vale oro despues.

Yeti, a ustedes le prohiben tener acciones de las empresas con las que hacen pruebas?

pues a priori no me han dicho nada de eso, pero me parecia apenas etico asi que no se me haria raro que existiera tal norma

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Jasper
Je je Caiaffa reparta tarjetas a este par por si acaso lo llaman en un futuro!

Si no se tiene una restriccion, no hay lio.

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Si no se tiene una restriccion, no hay lio.

Por eso dije por si acaso...

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Jasper

Esto podria cambiar el mercado y mas de una industria de un solo totazo.....

RIAA Opposes 'Fair Use' Bill

Congressional move to easing digital copying would "legalize hacking," say music labels.

Grant Gross, IDG News Service

Wednesday, February 28, 2007 12:00 PM PST

A new bill in the U.S. Congress aimed at protecting the fair use rights for consumers of copyright material would "legalize hacking," the Recording Industry Association of America said.

The Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing U.S. Entrepreneurship (FAIR USE) Act, introduced Tuesday by U.S. Representatives Rick Boucher, a Virginia Democrat, and John Doolittle, a California Republican, would allow customers to circumvent digital copy restrictions in six limited areas when copyright owners' business models are not threatened, Boucher said in a press release. So-called fair use doctrine allows customers of copyright works to make limited numbers of copies, particularly for reviews, news reporting, teaching and research.

The bill would allow exemptions to the anticircumvention restrictions in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), passed by Congress in 1998. The bill is revamped from similar bills introduced in the last two sessions of Congress, Boucher said.

"The fair use doctrine is threatened today as never before," Boucher said in a statement. "Historically, the nation's copyright laws have reflected a carefully calibrated balanced between the rights of copyright owners and the rights of the users of copyrighted material. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act dramatically tilted the copyright balance toward complete copyright protection at the expense of the public's right to fair use."

But the RIAA said the bill would effectively repeal the DMCA. The bill would "allow electronics companies to induce others to break the law for their own profit," it said in a statement. Advances such digital music sales, online games, on-demand movies and e-books can be traced to DMCA protects, the RIAA said.

"The difference between hacking done for non-infringing purposes and hacking done to steal is impossible to determine and enforce," the RIAA said in its statement.

The Boucher bill would limit the availability of statutory damages against individuals and firms who may be found to have engaged in contributory infringement, inducement of infringement, or other indirect infringement. The bill would allow libraries to circumvent digital locks or secure copies of works that have been damaged, lost or stolen.

The Consumer Electronics Association applauded the bill, saying it would give protections to consumers, educators and libraries. Without fair use protections, consumers couldn't use devices such as VCRs and digital TV recorders, the trade group said.

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Cachaco

la RIAA se va a cansar algun dia de pelear, hay una tecnologia disruptiva en su negocio y ese es un tren que no se puede parar... tienen que cambiar su modelo de negocio, o los van a sacar de el...

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Cachaco

oracle compro a hyperion por 3.3B... esto es tremendo, hyperion es durisimo en business intelligence...

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Jasper

- El pinguino debe estar de catre Ian Murdock se fue para SUN a promover Solaris.

- el mercado de los MMOG's ya va por $1billon de dolares. Y en los proximos 5 a~nos crecera casi en un 50%. A trabajar en VirtualGoogle....

- Hoy por fin despachan Apple TV.... Cahcaco esta de fiesta.

- No se si ya lo dijeron.......Youtube tendra "video awards". Ya me imagino al desfachatado diciendo que son una mentira...jejejejeje...

- Y M$ se unio el OpenAJAX Alliance .... pa' que vean.

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Jasper

Otra victima de los Blogs...

Los Chinos estan pasos atras en la adopcion de blogs y todavia estos temas los agarran desprevenidos. Pobre antolinez, cada vez sus Chinos se parecen mas a los Capitalistas de Occidente que tanto detesta.

China University Sacks Dean After Blog Rant

BEIJING (Reuters)—A prestigious Chinese university has fired one of its deans days after he complained about being sidelined for bold remarks on academic freedom and berated the country's higher education woes on the Internet.

Zhang Ming, dean of political sciences at Renmin University of China, posted articles detailing a row with his superior and attacking the "bureaucratization of Chinese colleges" on his well-read blog last week.

Zhang was formally stripped of his post on Friday, the Southern Metropolis Daily reported on Monday.

"They told me that I should be punished for ... breaking the 'hidden rules'," the 50-year-old was quoted as saying.

Zhang remained a professor at the university and was likely to be able to continue teaching, the report said.

Zhang said in a March 12 blog post that he had irritated his superior last year by telling the media that the university had withheld some dissertation subsidies from graduate students.

The superior was also angry at Zhang for speaking up for a colleague he believed was wronged by a reviewing panel whose members were selected for their official ranks instead of academic achievement, Zhang added.

The university confirmed his dismissal as dean on its Web site, but denied the allegations Zhang made on his blog.

The Communist Party has kept a close watch on the Chinese intelligentsia since coming to power in 1949, by setting up party committees in all academic and educational institutions.

Controls have eased since market reforms began in the 1980s, but unorthodox studies or teachings are still frowned upon.

"Universities have become an officialdom ... The over-intervention and manipulation of academia by power definitely fetters its growth," Zhang was quoted as saying.

"How is China's academia doing now? Does anybody overseas read papers written by Chinese scholars? Plagiarism and theft are rampant ... Obedient kids are being taught to be minions."

Renmin University's School of International Studies, which administers Zhang's department, dismissed his blog posts as "lies" which had "brought great pressure to the school," "victimized its faculty" and "damaged its reputation."

"Any organization has this or that problem with varying degrees. Professor Zhang made a precedent in China by whipping up the internal problem in the media," read two rare open letters on the school's Web site.

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- M$ tendra que pagar la "carajadita" de $1.52 billones de dolares a Alcatel por infringir patentes de MP3. Se viene la apelacion y sera un juicio largo y jugoso.

- Cisco y Apple se pusieron de acuerdo y el iPhone trademark no sera problema para Apple.

- Cuatro a~nos de carcel le metieron a un blogger por insultar al Presidente en Egipto. Sera que esto se convierte en tendencia?

- IE reporta nuevos huecos y Firefox 2.0.0.2 tambien. Asi que todos a "parchar" porque son criticos.

- El nuevo suite de Google para competir con M$ Live cueta $50/usuario/a~no el servicio y ofrece un 99.9% de confiabilidad, segun el statement de Google, es decir, el sistema puede fallar hasta por 8 horas y 46 minutos al a~no y no hay nada que alegar. Una unidad de P&G es uno de los pioneros y Salesforce.com, quien firmo un contrato con Google para hacer co-sponsorship de la solucion. Veremos como funciona la cosa.

Interesting Mr Eskimo!

No se si alguien comentaria que Motorola esta en las graves... bajon de ventas y en la bolsa, anuncian despidos de unos 3500 empleados... estan aterrados porque no manejaron bien el bajon barbaro de precios de sus celulares insignia, y no han tenido tanto exito con el brinco a smartphones. Por otro lado se han regado rumores de que planean comprarse a PALM y con los resultados en ventas los inversionistas estan cautelosos y muy escepticos... esa modida podria ser buena o no.

Otro rumor es que se asustaron mucho con el Prada phone :lol:

Por otro lado 99.9 de confiabilidad es mucho mas alto que Msoft...

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JuanCamilo

Firefox 2.0.0.3 final disponible

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Descargar Ahora!!!

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Firefox 2.0.0.3 final disponible

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Descargar Ahora!!!

Y nuevos features??

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JuanCamilo

YouTube lanza sección de pruebas de nuevas features. Lo llaman TestTube.

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This is where YouTube engineers and developers test out recipes and concoctions that aren't quite fully baked and invite you to tell us how they're coming along. Your comments will help us improve and perfect the mixtures we're working on. So jump in, play around, and send your feedback directly to the brains behind the scenes.

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Jasper
Otro rumor es que se asustaron mucho con el Prada phone :lol:

A prepo... es un hit en Europa. Everybody loves it!

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A prepo... es un hit en Europa. Everybody loves it!

Cuantos son everybody?

Monaco no es muy representativo ...

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Jasper
Cuantos son everybody?

Monaco no es muy representativo ...

Todos los reviews que he leido hasta ahora hablan de un telefono que excede las expectativas. Exito en Milan, Exito en Londres, Exito en Paris y en el CeBit esta semana.

Ya lleva su primer award de dise~no y los analistas hablan de un solido forecast de ventas en Europa.

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"Exito"?

"Analistas hablan"?

Repito de cuanto se esta hablando, donde estan esos analistas...

Y aclaro para que Prada Phone sea exitoso tiene que vender muy poquito en su nicho, no en el mercado masivo... por eso las vainas deben ser peras con peras si se va a comparar con otros.

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"Exito"?

"Analistas hablan"?

Repito de cuanto se esta hablando, donde estan esos analistas...

Y aclaro para que Prada Phone sea exitoso tiene que vender muy poquito en su nicho, no en el mercado masivo... por eso las vainas deben ser peras con peras si se va a comparar con otros.

Se habla de exito en los eventos de lanzmiento y en los reviews que hacen los analistas de ese mercado que ya han usado el producto. IDC y Gartner en Europa dieron su voz de aprobacion a la estrategia de LG y dijeron que el producto complementa muy bien su linea de productos. Hay chorrocientos blogs que hablan del tema y de los buenos resultados, tambien.

Que vendan poco o mucho esta por verse. Obviamente, no es un producto de consumo "masivo", pero el iPhone tampoco lo es. Bueno, a menos que lo empiecen a rebajar de precio, como ya especulan.

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Se habla de exito en los eventos de lanzmiento y en los reviews que hacen los analistas de ese mercado que ya han usado el producto. IDC y Gartner en Europa dieron su voz de aprobacion a la estrategia de LG y dijeron que el producto complementa muy bien su linea de productos. Hay chorrocientos blogs que hablan del tema y de los buenos resultados, tambien.

Que vendan poco o mucho esta por verse. Obviamente, no es un producto de consumo "masivo", pero el iPhone tampoco lo es. Bueno, a menos que lo empiecen a rebajar de precio, como ya especulan.

Bueno eso ya si es un comentario claro... excepto en un punto. Complementa que linea la de LG o la de Prada? Porque no es lo mismo.

Eventos de lanzamiento y mercado no van de la mano necesariamente eso si.

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Bueno eso ya si es un comentario claro... excepto en un punto. Complementa que linea la de LG o la de Prada? Porque no es lo mismo.

Eventos de lanzamiento y mercado no van de la mano necesariamente eso si.

Ni IDC, ni Gartner le hacen seguimiento a Prada, asi que los comentarios son de la linea de LG. Yo no tengo acceso a los reportes que hacen los analistas que siguen a Prada, pero si se cruza algo, lo pongo aca.

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Jasper

Un tool chevere para los que buscan opciones de sincronizacion de calendarios externos.

http://www.tungle.com/Home/

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Jasper

jejeje... le va a dar un yeyo a Cachaco... y a Mauro tambien...jejejejeje...

Windows 'more secure than Mac OS'

March 23, 2007

Symantec's 11th Internet Security Threat Report says that Microsoft's Windows is currently the most secure operating system. Which rather gives the lie to Apple's smug advertising campaign (although I strongly suspect that Apple advertises only to get up the noses of Microsoft mandarins).

Symantec finds that Windows had the fewest relative number of patches and the shortest patch-development time of the five major operating systems it monitored in the last six months of 2006.

More than 35 Windows vulnerabilities were found, each taking an average of 21 days to fix. That may seem like a long time, but consider the opposition.

Next safest, according to Symantec, was Red Hat Linux. This took an average of 58 days to address a total of 208 vulnerabilities. (It sounds shocking, but vulnerabilities in Red Hat weren't as severe.)

Which brings us to Mac OSX - the self-styled 'safe OS'. According to Symantec, the Apple software's performance was well below that of Windows. OS X - the cool, chilled out entertainer of operating systems - had 43 vulnerabilities and a whopping 66-day turnaround on fixes. All that sitting around in Hoxton wearing combat trousers does get in the way of securing your Mac, it would seem.

The 66-day patch turnaround is a nice headline figure, of course, but it doesn't really tell the whole story. Only one vulnerability was high priority. And while Apple took on average 37 days to fix flaws, I have a Mac at home, connected unprotected to the web, and I'm less than concerned about its health. My Windows XP PC, on the other hand, is rarely connected to the net.

Do you feel more secure on Windows than on any other OS? I'm not sure I do. The very nature of malicious code-writing means that the biggest target is always going to be the biggest product. Microsoft is clearly pretty slick at fixing holes, and its software is well written anyway, but as long as there are criminals there will be attacks on Windows. As long as Windows is number one, Mac users will be able to sneak under the radar - to a certain extent.

Still, it's quite nice to wipe the smirk off certain Mac users' faces. And dealing with security threats will give them something to do when they're, er, not playing the games they can't play on their beloved computers.

For the record, HP-UX from Hewlett Packard and Solaris from Sun prop up the security league table. HP-UX had 98 vulnerabilities in last six months of 2006 and took 101 days to fix them. Sun, took 122 days to fix each of 63 vulnerabilities.

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