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SoftwareEquivalents – Ubuntu Wiki

by oneafrikan on July 11, 2007

Still thinking about Ubuntu on my Thinkpad T42p… And this helps: _ SoftwareEquivalents – Ubuntu Wiki Current dilemma is that Freemind doesn’t really compare to Mindjet Mindmanager, and Mindjet doesn’t seem to have a Linux version on offer, or in (…)

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Software Wars map

by oneafrikan on January 15, 2007

_ Software Wars A graphic map depicting the epic struggle of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) against the Empire of Microsoft… ;-)

Web 2.0 needs to lose the social software thing, please

by oneafrikan on September 19, 2006

Another piece for e-Consultancy, on Web 2.0 and the overwhelming fascination with social software, has gotten some interesting debate going, so might be worth checking out if Web 2.0 is your bag. Here’s a snippet for you: Web 2.0 needs (…)

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Software development jobs in Cape Town

by oneafrikan on June 27, 2006

Open Box Software are actively recruiting for people in their Cape Town office, so if you’re looking for something, or you know of anyone that is looking for someone, then please either get in touch directly, contact me directly, or (…)

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Lussumo – Free software for the web

by oneafrikan on April 19, 2006

_ Lussumo – Free software for the web Really like what these guys have done so far, but how are they paying their bills? Anyone got any ideas?

Software as a service

by oneafrikan on December 9, 2005

_ Business IT Online Blog # Sharing data is a real headache with pre-packaged software. Online software uses the Internet as a ready-made network. Real-time data can be shared to connect multiple users and multiple connections. # With pre-packaged software, (…)

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Government and business embrace Open Source software

by oneafrikan on September 9, 2005

_ Government and business embrace Open Source software Open Source software is rapidly gaining acceptance in the business and government user communities. With the successful conclusion of the Go Open Source Task Team Conference, held recently at the Sandton Convention (…)

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