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I worked at the Tagged Photon Lab - that's my PhD advisor Don Summers loading tapes into the Great Wall of drives. We drove the poor folks at Exabyte nuts.
How about http://data.gov.uk/ ? That's Drupal too.
Or is the site not really part of the Gov't?
4) Slashdot readers and contributors are on the geeky, bleeding edge and do not represent 90% of the population, most of whom could not care less about 'openness'.
Well the real question is which is going to win out, Kudzu, cogongrass, or crown vetch....
Kari Byron, Physics Teacher.
I didn't bother going that far since I was pretty sure the Validator would asplode..
The site's pages don't even have a proper BODY or HTML close tags..
Now I know why its $18 million - they are using Sharepoint.... from Open Source software to the Evil Empire..
I would redo the Call of Duty series and replace the Nazis with mimes.
Bicycle + generator + power cables + workstation = full shift work out...
Don't be irreplaceable, if you can't be replaced, you can't be promoted.