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April 29, 2008 in Ideas, VRM | Permalink
In Linux Journal, Is government open source code we can patch? And in the ProjectVRM blog, VRM is user-driven.
Liveblog: Notes on @janelgw's talk in NYC. Background: bit.ly/1Ki5nji liveblog.co/users/dsearls/…
About 12 hours ago from Doc Searls's Twitter via radio3.io
There's a geomagnetic storm going on. Watch for #auroras, if you can.
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@OConnellPostbiz More history: WSPZ/570, where WMAL will likely end up, also moved to its new location so the old land could be sold.
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Shots of San Francisco and the Bay from a bove on a gloomy Cinco de Mayo '13 bit.ly/1OZifS9
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@OConnellPostbiz I think their most feasible option is the WSPZ site. That one was also relocated to a worse site to sell the old land.
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