Netbooks and Firefox. Simpler solution: switch off plug-ins.
Broken IMacs, Apple loses fans.
Avoid M$ Office, try the newer KOffice.
Air Force and toys, as Super Computers.
Robots for oldies.
Even a GCHQ supplier don’t like the new British government’s approach to the web.
Free labour quits, Wiki losing people.
I’m not sure I would agree with the Guardian’s journalist as to the causes of Wikipedia’s previous decline, but deleting articles after someone (or many) have laboured hours and hours over them is one of the surest ways to cheesed people off. How often have you looked up a link within an interesting Wikipedia article only to find that it’s been deleted? It is an ultimately counter productive process, there are better ways to manage referenced articles and keep up the quality of contributions.
Finally, the appalling Alan Johnson, the British Home Secretary has thrown Gary McKinnon to the whims of the US Justice system. What a terrible fate for this “hacker”, at worst he should have been given a slapped wrist, not bunged into an American jail, simply because the managers of the DoD computer systems weren’t doing their job properly, managing security.