nhstar writes: If you're looking for a bit of light reading this holiday season, Cambridge University is here to help: they've digitized and made available online over 4,000 pages of the pioneering scientist and mathemetician Sir Isaac Newton's most important works.
"Anyone, wherever they are, can see at the click of a mouse how Newton worked and how he went about developing his theories and experiments," Cambridge University Library's digitization manager Grant Young told the BBC.
nhstar writes: The tech giant said today that Linux can adopt AdvFS source code under version two of the open source General Public License (GPL).
The file system was first developed in 1991 for business customers using Digital Equipment Corp. Alpha Unix machines.
HP said it had chosen version two of the GPL because of its compatibility with the Linux kernel. It also claimed the code will boost the uptime and performance of Linux file systems.