Open Source Software and Linux:

April, 2009

April 14, 2009  11:21 PM

Looking for a faster flash drive? Kangaru has the answer

John Little Profile: Xjlittle

File transfer speed is always the name of the game and transferring files onto a faster flash drive is no exception. That's where the Kanguru e-Flash drive really shines. The e-Flash drive is unique in that it has a USB connection on one end and an e-SATA connection on the other. In tests the...

April 14, 2009  7:14 PM

What is astronaut training like? Find out on Twitter

John Little Profile: Xjlittle

NASA astronaut Mike Massimino is recording his training for the fifth and final Atlantis mission on Twitter generating a lifetime written document for himself and others. It's very possible that your favorite (or the one that you despise the most) government agency twitters. As I wrote in a...

April 14, 2009  1:06 AM

University of Utah gets hit by conficker worm

John Little Profile: Xjlittle

Over 700 computers were hit by the most recent release of the conficker worm at the University of Utah. Computers included those at the University's three hospitals. The worm was first detected on Thursday on some of the school's computers. By Friday it had hit the school's computers at the...

April 13, 2009  9:34 PM

Interact with the US Government with youtube, facebook and more

John Little Profile: Xjlittle

The General Services Administration (GSA) has worked out it's legal concerns with Flickr, YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook so that federal agencies can use these forms of new media to interact with US citizens. The GSA initially had some concerns with the general terms and agreements of these...

April 13, 2009  12:58 AM

Want to sell computers to the Marine Corps?

John Little Profile: Xjlittle

The Marine's are looking for a few good vendors that want to sell them computers. They will even let you help develop the procurement procedure according to this request...

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April 7, 2009  12:23 AM

Does the Operating System really matter?

John Little Profile: Xjlittle

After reading this article I started asking myself if the Operating System really does matter for most users. I finally reached the conclusion that it does. Here's why. For my own vote I asked myself if I would switch from...

April 5, 2009  4:27 PM

Cybersecurity bill before Senate for approval

John Little Profile: Xjlittle

A cybersecurity bill is before the Senate for approval. The bill, if passed, would impose standards on the public and private sectors and certifications for cybersecurity professionals. The legislation is aimed streamlining cybersecurity authorities, promoting public awareness and enhanci...

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