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Getting the Linux Advertising Game Face On

 

One of the fascinating things about the Super Bowl is not about football at all: It's about the commercials. Advertisers go all out to try to achieve 30 or 60 seconds of greatness that will create a buzz that lasts long after the Super Bowl is over. It was Apple's famed 1984 Super Bowl ad that established the company's reputation as a master of advertising and showed that a company could get far more traction out of an ad than the immediate impact.

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Linux Foundation Announces We're Linux Video Contest

The Linux Foundation has announced the launch of a second "We're Linux" video contest focused on what a "spot for the Super Bowl might look like"...
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Black Duck Patents OSS Software License Conflict Analysis

Bradley Kuhn, the technology director of the Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) expressed dismay this week after learning that Black Duck Software was...
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Free Loans at 0% Interest

In a recent Back Duck survey, we found that companies doing software development are using significant amounts of open source software; about 22% of code was identified as originating from an OSS project.  ...
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Slight Rise in IT Salaries Gives Hope

Computer Economics survey shows companies are starting to renew efforts to keep key staff with modest wage increases.
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