To give you an idea of how hardcore The Linux Outlaws are, they’ve put together their very own Linux distribution. Top that!
Today’s Guardian features an editorial bemoaning the rise of camera phones, and specifically their users — a generation of happy snappers mindlessly capturing every moment of their lives rather than actually experiencing them.
While this may be true, it’s a small price to pay for the convenience and empowerment that you get with a connected camera in your pocket.
It’s great to see mobile devices running more open operating systems, but there’s another part of the equation that — at least in North America — is a real problem for innovation in the mobile space.
I’m talking about the carriers.
When I first heard about Jonathan Zittrain’s The Future of The Internet And How To Stop It I wasn’t too impressed — I figured it was another one of those “technology will destroy us all” diatribes and summarily dismissed it.
Boy was I ever wrong.