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Four short links: 28 June 2011
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  1. Networks Blocking Google TV -- the networks are carrying over their old distribution models: someone aggregates eyeballs and pays them for access. In their world view, Google TV is just another cable company. They're doubling down on this wholesale model, pulling out of Hulu and generally avoiding dealing with the people who ultimately watch their shows except through ad-filled shows on their corporate sites. (via …
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MySQL - Powering Online Media & Entertainment
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If you're reading news, watching videos, or playing games online, you're probably relying on MySQL to do so.

 

Facebook, YouTube, BBC News, Zynga, thePlatform and many other leading Media & Entertainment organizations chose MySQL to power their online news, gaming, social networking, advertising or other applications.

 

During the past decade, the Media & Entertainment industry experienced a spectacular transformation.  The mobile Internet is becoming the dominant media platform, and the boundaries between the different types of media (i.e. Print, TV, Radio, Internet) have …

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MySQL - Powering Online Media & Entertainment
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If you're reading news, watching videos, or playing games online, you're probably relying on MySQL to do so.

 

Facebook, YouTube, BBC News, Zynga, thePlatform and many other leading Media & Entertainment organizations chose MySQL to power their online news, gaming, social networking, advertising or other applications.

 

During the past decade, the Media & Entertainment industry experienced a spectacular transformation.  The mobile Internet is becoming the dominant media platform, and the boundaries between the different types of media (i.e. Print, TV, Radio, Internet) have increasingly …

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Four short links: 21 June 2010
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  1. Law of Success 2.0 -- a blog of interviews with famous and/or interesting people, from Brad Feld to Uri Geller.
  2. Pioneer One -- crowdsourced funding for TV show, perhaps a hint of the future. Pilot shot for $6,000 which was raised through KickStarter. Distributed via BitTorrent.
  3. DrasticTools -- PHP/MySQL visualisation tools, including …
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Four short links: 1 December 2009
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  1. Apertus -- open source cinema camera. (via joshua on Delicious)
  2. A Survey of Collaborative Filtering Techniques -- From basic techniques to the state-of-the-art, we attempt to present a comprehensive survey for CF techniques, which can be served as a roadmap for research and practice in this area. (via bos on Delicious)
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Simon on the WSJ
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Simon Phipps, Sun's Chief Open Source Officer, speaks to The Wall Street Journal.

Simon on the WSJ
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Simon Phipps, Sun's Chief Open Source Officer, speaks to The Wall Street Journal.

Simon on the WSJ
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Simon Phipps, Sun's Chief Open Source Officer, speaks to The Wall Street Journal.

GSoC Updates: Start your engines
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MySQL is featured on the Google Open Source Blog
Just after leaving JavaOne, Leslie pinged me on IRC to inform me that the MySQL project was featured on the Google Open Source blog. Go on, read Moments of Inspiration.

In other news from mentors, Colin Charles, former mentor and 2008 organization administrator for MySQL dropped a note …


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"The Evil SysAdmin"
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And I thought I had no life. (Of course, we don't have Fry's in Oz, either - but at least there's Harvey Norman's, right?) This was thought up by a co-worker who has a sense of humour nearly as twisted as my own. (Speaking of which - where's my MST3K vids already, mate?) I wonder what operating system he uses? I'm thinking Solaris. Or quite possibly Irix. Or - just maybe - Gentoo. Database? That's easy - Informix. Or possibly Postgres/win32 running on Windows NT/Alpha. In any case, I think this guy bears watching.

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