Tag Archives: apple

Widgets, W3C and Wallies

Widgets are little web applications run on the client side. They’re not particularly new and there are a lot of them about, but there’s little consistency between them, so they’re a bit of a pain to use in practice still. … Continue reading

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Would a Real Free Software Developer Group Bite Apple Like FSF Did?

I’ve been installing free software for library cataloguing onto Apples recently. It’s not been great (GNU/Linux is still easier and faster, in my opinion) but it has worked much better than older Macs. As well as making servers that are … Continue reading

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