Joe Brockmeier

Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier is the community manager for openSUSE, a community Linux distro sponsored by Novell. Prior to joining Novell, Brockmeier worked as a technology journalist primarily covering the Linux and FOSS beat, and wrote for a number of publications, such as Linux Magazine, Linux.com, Sys Admin, UnixReview.com, IBM developerWorks, Linux Weekly News, Enterprise Linux Magazine, and ZDNet.

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Why I won't be buying the Kindle 2.0

Why I won't be buying the Kindle 2.0

Amazon's Kindle upgrade has left me cold, and not just because of the paltry feature updates and mild interface redesign. Once again, the online shopping giant is missing a big opportunity to make the Kindle more than a single-function dead tree replacement.

February 9, 2009 by in Mobility

More FOSS security scare-mongering

More FOSS security scare-mongering

With all the talk of open source and the Obama administration, it shouldn't come as any surprise that the scare-mongering around FOSS security is going to be close behind -- and here's part of the first wave, fresh from Ernest M. Park.

February 2, 2009 by in Security

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