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News fantastique: "Maya Personal Learning Edition grants anyone with the desire to learn more about Maya, or 3D computer graphics in general, a seat of Maya for non-commercial use [...] Those using the Personal Learning Edition will have unrestricted access to the full feature set of Maya Complete including NURBS modeling, animation, inverse kinematics, Maya Artisan, Maya Paint Effects, particles, dynamics and Mayas advanced rendering capabilities." — Coming in February. Limitations: Watermarks auf Output und spezielles File-Format. But hey! This seriously rocks. — [ Ø TRAUMWIND • ]

Tobi spricht mir so aus dem Herzen: "sure, i would like to be able to patch my system myself to avoid caring about most malicious attacks. trouble is, i am not a sysadmin and don't tend to become one. nevertheless, i want to run my own server. if this sounds like a contradiction to you think about the following: it's a justified demand. after e-mail, homepages and weblogs, the johns and jennies sixpack also want to use their own servers. and they won't bother themselves with security issues. the distributors better might take care that they install a secure system from the beginning including the right updates afterwards. computer security is an important issue. but as with everything, make things simple is a valid slogan here, too."

Not that it wouldn't be possible ... Die meisten grossflächig auftretenden Sicherheitsleaks (und im Grunde muss man sich vor allem gegen diese schützen) liessen sich durch automatische Software-Updates beinahe ohne jedes Zutun schliessen.

Thomas A. Stewart: "The Case Against Knowledge Management" — "Knowledge management resources go unused for one simple reason: They're not useful. Either the work isn't connected to the knowledge or the knowledge isn't connected to the work. " — "At PricewaterhouseCoopers, Bentley imagined that the Kraken would be filled with volumes of research papers; he was wrong, because the group's members were "creatives" whose purpose was "to be more innovative." They wanted a cafe, not a library. Their questions are unstructured, their problems may be new. They don't want answers so much as they want to talk to smart people. For innovators, the goal of knowledge management will often be to improve a person's chance of putting together the right team of experts." —
Good Stuff. Go and read. — [ Ø MLAKE • ]


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