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Uncovering Open Access

To the general public, “doing science” is all about discovery. But in truth, that’s only half the picture. Consider the experience of an obscure nineteenth-century Augustinian monk... From 1856 to 1863, Gregor Mendel cultivated and observed 29,000 pea plants and managed to unlock some of the secrets of heredity, including...

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Lightspark 0.4.5 to Include New Graphics Engine

The Lightspark Project has confirmed that the next release of its free, open source Flash player, version 0.4.5, will include a new Advanced Graphics Engine...

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BetterMeans: a New App for Running Your Organization the Open Source Way

Last week I received a heads up about a new web application launching today from a company called BetterMeans with an impressive goal: to build the infrastructure (processes, technology, governance, etc.) to make an open organizational structure like we talk about here on opensouce.com a reality. From their website: BetterMeans.com...

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Oracle Plans to Offer a Commercial Java Virtual Machine

Adam Messinger, Oracle VP of Development, has said that, in the future, Oracle plans to offer both a free and a commercial variant of the OpenJDK-based Java Virtual Machine (JVM), both based on a version that combines the JRockit VM and the HotSpot JVM...

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Google Soups Up Apache With New Speed Module

Google on Wednesday released mod_pagespeed, a module for the Apache HTTP Server that will automatically perform various website speed optimization tasks. This includes 15 or so on-the-fly optimizations. Google claims mod_pagespeed reduces average page load times by up to 50 percent. However, mod_pagespeed works only on Apache servers and is...

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