Monthly Archive: March 2009

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Connecting Companies & Open Source Communities

I recently became aware of the GNOME Foundation through this interesting article on Ars Technica it’s the non-profit organization behind the open source GNOME desktop environment working to build bridges between the development community...

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The Feel Good Shopper

Everyone is feeling a little hollow these days–what with the economy tanking, jobless numbers escalating, and a stimulus package that hasn’t started stimulating. So why are the women in the photo below standing in line at Hermes?

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On the rocks. Literally.

You purists are going to love this. The ice cube has evolved into a whole new sensation, Nordic Rock is a reusable cube made out of stone. Yes, that’s right–stone cubes made from ancient pollution-free rock mined in Sweden.

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Getting Under Your Skin

You know things are not good when kidnapping is seen as a growth industry, but that’s what it is in the Guarding Wave. Xega, a Mexican company, turned to developing and selling GPS implants to people who are concerned about being kidnapped–now a common fear throughout Mexico.