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+ - Robert Jorden Passes Away-> 1

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OS24Ever
OS24Ever writes "From the site (having server issues already): It is with great sadness that I tell you that the Dragon is gone. RJ left us today at 2:45 PM. He fought a valiant fight against this most horrid disease. In the end, he left peacefully and in no pain.

Robert Jordan had amyloidosis, a disease characterized by extracellular accumulation of amyloid in various organs and tissues of the body"

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Comment: Re:Ironic, but MS is right (Score 1) 474

by bencvt (#19406983) Attached to: Microsoft Slaps Its Most Valuable Professional
He made it so you can access features that the terms of service clearly say cost money and is not allowed.

Wrong -- the TOS say nothing of the sort. That's really the source of this whole fiasco -- the TOS is not consistent with MS's business plan for Express. Instead of being able to point to a specific clause violation, MS has been forced to Be Evil.

The Almighty Buck

+ - A box of your checks were stolen? Don't tell bank

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netbuzz
netbuzz writes "Google engineer Cedric Beust — creator of the Java testing framework TestNG — offers that counterintuitive advice in his blog post that will serve to reconfirm everything you already believe about dealing with banks. You'll learn a few things, too.

http://www.networkworld.com/community/?q=node/1043 6

original post:
http://beust.com/weblog/archives/000433.html"
Communications

Cisco Lost Rights to iPhone Trademark Last Year? 162

Posted by CowboyNeal
from the use-it-or-lose-it dept.
An anonymous reader writes "An investigation into the ongoing trademark dispute between Cisco and Apple over the name "iPhone" appears to show that Cisco does not own the mark as claimed in their recent lawsuit. This is based on publicly available information from the US Patent and Trademark office, as well as public reviews of Cisco products over the past year. The trademark was apparently abandoned in late 2005/early 2006 because Cisco was not using it."
Emulation (Games)

+ - The New Age of Javascript Graphics

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An anonymous reader writes " whenpenguinsattack is running an interesting list containing javascript applications showing off the power of the new [canvas] element. This element can be found on the latest Firefox/Mozilla, Opera and Safari browsers. It comes as no surprise to me that IE is not able to run most of them. My favourites: Canvascape 3D and jsMSX Emulator, which exercise the javascript/canvas engines to the maximum. With the upcoming javascript JIT compiler in Mozilla 2.0 speeding up these applications 100-fold, is javascript to become the mainstream general use language, and browsers the mainstream application environments?"

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