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GNU is Not Unix

Submission + - RMS talk on The Free Software Movement

dalektcalum writes: Richard Stallman recently gave talk titled "The Free Software Movement and GNU/Linux Operating System". Of particular interest is the open Q&A session where RMS is asked such questions as "Can I use ATI and NVIDIA drivers because Mesa isn't nearly as complete?", and other ethical as well as practical questions.

In keeping with RMS' wishes the talk is only available in Ogg Theora and can be downloaded by http, bittorrent, and dijjer
Graphics

Submission + - Linux, Windows, and Apple 3d graphics programming

An anonymous reader writes: Advanced graphics programming differs from platform to platform, but weather you are coding for the Wii,Vista, or Linux the common mathematical princples remain the same. In a recent talk given by "The Professor" (Christopher Evensen) he covers the linear algebra which everyone should know. Its an excellent introduction for those interested in getting started, or a good review for those already involved.
Linux Business

Submission + - Developing Open Source Software Ventures

bobdole3k writes: The University of Waterloo just posted a video of a new talk economist Larry Smith gave the UW students about creating startups using open source software and domain specific knowledge. Smith gives examples of successful companies as well as a few companies that didn't make it off the ground.
Businesses

Submission + - Developing Open Source Software Ventures

calumtdalek writes: The UofW Computer Science Club just posted a video of a new talk economist Larry Smith gave the UW students about creating startups using open source software and domain specific knowledge. Smith gives examples of successful companies as well as a few companies that didn't make it off the ground.
Businesses

Submission + - Software Start-ups: What Worked and What Did Not

larrysmithfanboy writes: Economic Larry Smith recently presented a radical new take on software startups in an increasingly globalized economy. In this talk, Smith discusses key skills that a would-be entrepreneur must possess and gives examples of how these skills have helped startups. A must-watch for anyone serious about 21st-century business.

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