Dealing with Boundary Issues

By Doc Searls

The other evening a bunch of us were sitting in a friend’s living room
while a series of photos scrolled across her TV. The photos were a screen
saver served up by her new Apple TV box. Some of the pictures were of
people, birds, flowers, cats and other typical stuff. more>>

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Vagrant Simplified

By Shawn Powers

I admit it, some tools confuse me. I know they must be amazing, because
programs don’t get popular by being dumb (well, reality TV, but that’s
another story). I have the same sort of confusion with Vagrant that I
have with Wine, Docker, Chef and countless other amazing tools people
constantly rave about. So in this article, I’m going to break down Vagrant into
its simplest form.
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Linux and the Internet of Things

By Andrey Katsman

I wake up in the middle of the night, mouth parched and vision blurry,
and fumble around to find my iPhone. I press my thumb to the fingerprint
scanner, and in the dim blue light, just out of instinct, I squint at the
screen, find the right app, open it, and check the ambient temperature
and air quality indoors. more>>

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