- Mozilla has launched the Firefox Flicks competition, a video contest in which participants will make short movies that promote the open source browser. To get your creative juices going, Mozilla published its own video, a hilarious Twilight parody with the Firefox mascot., Ars Technica
- History shows that copyright monopolies prevent creativity and innovation, TorrentFreak
- Abraham Lincoln, Technologist-in-Chief, Technology at The Atlantic
- Bletchley Park gets personal with new Alan Turing exhibition, The Register
- Uncle Sam: If it ends in .com, it’s .seizable, Threat Level at Wired.com
- Linux patent defense group expands open-source protection, ZDNet
- Why only designers can create new programming languages, Technology Review
- Dan Gillmor’s next project, “Permission Taken” – the theory and practice of “going free” with your technology, Boing Boing
- X Server Now Available For Android, Slashdot
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