sarah gave me these:
i recently did a new interview with paolo di maio of content wire.
Content management is no exception to this shift toward open source tools. Gregor J. Rothfuss writes about the current state of open source content management and identifies the important applications that will continue to evolve in the next 10 years. Rothfuss describes the progress on a standard for repository-based content (JSR 170) and the fascinating advances driven by software for online collaboration used by open source projects. Finally, he provides a snapshot of the leading open source CMSs – Apache Lenya, Midgard, OpenCms, Plone, and TYPO3. Based on the concepts and applications Rothfuss describes, open source projects will continue to challenge the market position of the traditional vendors by promoting open standards and innovation.
if you think cambridge MA is geeky, think again. oxford is about ten times as geeky. one night, i had to walk a mere 100m from my quarters at Wadham college to pick from a shakespeare play, a choral performance or a reading of anglosaxon texts. i picked the anglosaxon. you’d want to go see the Bodleian Library, the Natural History Museum and the crazy Pitt Rivers museum. more
i’ll be in boston next week.
|a tree was uprooted, a car smashed, and my privacy reduced.|