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Jail time for anti-copyright pirate?

Jail time for anti-copyright pirate?

If you're a self-avowed rebel intent on purposely violating copyright law, you could at least put your server on the *other* side of the border.BetaNews reports:Barry Gitarts, 25, was convicted of "conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement" and found guilty by a jury in US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia yesterday for his 2003-2004 participation in a release group that provided pirated content on the Internet.

May 23, 2008 by

Siebel 2.0 – A Year Later

Siebel 2.0 – A Year Later

A year ago I predicted that, right about this time, Salesforce.com would start to look a little shabby, a whole lot shabbier than it indeed looks at this time.

May 23, 2008 by

Quick glossary: Computer graphics

Quick glossary: Computer graphics

Every technology brings its own specialized terminology—and that includes computer graphics. This glossary offers short definitions of basic terms like "bloom effect," "ray tracing," and "tessellation...

from Tech Pro Research

83% of parents think writing skills are more important today

83% of parents think writing skills are more important today

83% of parents feel that there is a greater need to write well today than there was 20 years ago, compared with 9% who feel that good writing skills are no more or less important than ever, according to Pew Internet Project. Just 5% feel that the ability to write well is less important now [...]

May 23, 2008 by

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