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Registration now open for DebConf10

http://blog.debconf.org

"Registration is now open for DebConf10. The dates of the conference are August 1-7, 2010, with arrivals at our group lodging permitted as of 3 PM on July 31 and departures required by 11 AM on August 8. The conference is preceded by DebCamp from July 25-31 including the arrival day..."

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Freedom, Future and Fred

http://portal.vibewire.org

"An interview with Fred Benenson, from Creative Commons, based in New York. By Bianca Bautista...

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New York Moves - Slowly - To Reward Open Source

http://www.linuxjournal.com

There's plenty of money to be made in Open Source software — something that, despite recent events, Novell, Red Hat, and a laundry-list of other OSS-loving firms can attest to. Where there often isn't much money, however, is in the hands of individual developers who donate their time to hack Open Source apps into enterprise-class offerings.

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The End of Forgetting

http://instantcappuccino.blogspot.com

"...Free access to information may sound like a plus when its free mp3s we're debating, but not such a plus when it's unrestricted government access to your phone lines. Eben Moglen is the first person in the free software movement I've heard admit and take ownership for the link between the two, and for this he gets major points..."

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One Laptop Per New York City Middle School Student

http://www.olpcnews.com

One Laptop Per Child may have pilot projects in many schools worldwide, but the newest program has my rapt attention. Teaching Matters, an educational non-profit, is implementing a OLPC pilot in the Kappa IV school in New York City with a refreshing twist.

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