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Richard Stallman's Personal Page

Richard Stallman's Personal Page

https://www.stallman.org/

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yfrog - FAQ What is yfrog? yfrog lets you share photos and videos on Twitter, view all your conversations, and connect with your family and friends. Is there a walk through or a tour of the new yfrog features? Yes, click here to see the new yfrog features. Marc Andreessen Early life and education[edit] Andreessen was born in Cedar Falls, Iowa, and raised in New Lisbon, Wisconsin,[10] the son of Patricia and Lowell Andreessen, who worked for a seed company.[11] In December 1993,[10] he received his bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. As an undergraduate, he interned one summer at IBM in Austin, Texas, United States. He also worked at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois, where he became familiar with Tim Berners-Lee's open standards for the World Wide Web. Andreessen and a full-time salaried co-worker Eric Bina worked on creating a user-friendly browser with integrated graphics that would work on a wide range of computers.

Personal information online - code of practice Bring your own device (BYOD) This guidance explores what you need to consider if permitting the use of personal devices to process personal data for which you are responsible. Cloud computing Cloud computing offers the promise of a cost effective means to access a range of computing services. This guidance explains how the Data Protection Act applies to processing of personal data in cloud computing services.

Brad Templeton's Home Page Welcome to my web home page -- a collection of my various essays on technology topics, comedy, my software, my popular amateur photography sub-site, and of course, an exercise in net.narcissism. Also found here are sites for some of my famous family members, with two books and a comic series. I also have a Blog called Brad Ideas. ClariNet You may know me because I was the founder and software architect of ClariNet Communications Corp., the world's first ever ".com" company (by which I mean a business based on the internet rather than one like uu.net which sold connectivity itself) and which was also the net's first and for a long time largest electronic newspaper. I founded ClariNet in 1989 in Waterloo, Ontario with the crazy idea of trying to make money publishing professional information over the net and to the net audience.

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membre Software Freedom Law Center Eben Moglen | Director-Counsel Professor of Law and Legal History at Columbia University Law School. Professor Moglen has represented many of the world's leading free software developers. Professor Moglen earned his PhD in History and law degree at Yale University during what he sometimes calls his “long, dark period” in New Haven. After law school he clerked for Judge Edward Weinfeld of the United States District Court in New York City and for Justice Thurgood Marshall of the United States Supreme Court.

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