Monthly Archives: March 2011

Amazon Cloud: You Want Ecosystem? Ecosystem This!

Amazon.com let another shoe drop this week with announcement of Amazon Cloud Drive and Amazon Cloud Player for streaming/downloading music stored on your personal Cloud Drive. I was inspired by the GeekWire report to dig deeper.   This is a very … Continue reading

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fluidinfo: A SemWeb Like a Wiki[pedia] or Like a Google?

Apparently fluidinfo is the new grey (elephant) and we are the blind explorers.  Me too. John Blossom, in a 2011-03-24 post, “Will Fluid Flow to Reality?”, sees Fluidinfo having to contend with Google.  The comparison is with the Google properties … Continue reading

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Microsoft Accessibility Resources

Sara Ford provided a link to the 2011-03-17 Microsoft announcement of Free Accessibility Tools and Training for Developers.   The Accessibility Tools & Training and the Accessibility Resource Guide are located at a comprehensive Accessibility Overview page.   There is extensive material … Continue reading

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When is an API a Silo? fluidinfo Knows

The announcement of “O’Reilly’s new API” and a contest for its creative use just caught my eye on Twitter. I’m intrigued by the broad sweep of the tagline: Openly writable shared metadata for everything.  Everything! I must know more.  Mustn’t … Continue reading

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When Techies Argue About Accessibility Features, What Is the Argument For?

Results of Questionnaire ISSUE-32: how to provide a summary of a table, e.g. for unsighted navigation? – Straw Poll for Objections – Web-Based Straw-poll and Balloting System I’ve been following smatterings of the HTML5 debates on what is in, what … Continue reading

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Non-Disclosing Disclosures in Modern Life: SecureID and Nuclear Hazards

Reverse Engineering RSA’s “Statement” | Steve (GRC) Gibson’s Blog Steve Gibson has observed how much dissembling he sees in the RSA disclosure of a cyber attack on RSA’s systems.  Gibson goes on to ponder what is left unsaid and move … Continue reading

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EMC: RSA was hit with sophisticated attack, SecurID data lifted | ZDNet

EMC: RSA was hit with sophisticated attack, SecurID data lifted | ZDNet Although the penetration of an RSA system in search of information with regard to the SecurID two-factor authentication products, what strikes me most about this report is the … Continue reading

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