Document Freedom Day is a day for celebrating and raising awareness of Open Standards and formats which takes place on the last Wednesday in March each year. On this day people who believe in fair access to communications technology teach, perform, and demonstrate. Document Freedom is about all forms of data, including artwork, sheet and recorded music, emails, and statistics.Read more »
Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) invites individuals, community groups and institutions to celebrate the Document Freedom Day (DFD) on March 30th. DFD is a global day to celebrate Open Standards and open document formats and its importance. Open Standards ensure the freedom to access your data, and the freedom to build Free Software to write and read data in specific formats.Read more »
Last night, I watched the film The Matrix again. It is about nine years ago when I was a middle school student that I watched it for the first time. I did not quite understand what it's talking about then, especially What is The Matrix, the question confused Neo before he back to the Real. But yesterday night, when I watched it for the second time, I quite understand.Read more »
Officials seek help with preserving government e-mails to show how decisions are made.
AUGUSTA — To most of us, e-mail feels less important than a letter.Read more »