This will be my final post on the Oxford servers. As of today I have accepted voluntary redundancy and so will be leaving the company. Because of this I have been migrating most of my posts to a different server and now, with them almost all up I would like to thank all my readers and everyone that helped out. I will continue on with libresource at libresource.blogspot.com and I would love for people to continue reading.
Anyway thanks for all the entries,
Live Writer 2 (Installation)
This is part two of my series on Windows Live Writer by Microsoft. It is part of an ongoing moderately comprehensive tutorial set for Live Writer. This post is about the installation and setting up of the program. In my opinion it is one of the weakest areas of Live Writer, with it good point and bad points.
Live Writer I (overview)
I have already published a post on Windows Live Writer by Microsoft but with the intention of putting an entire and moderately comprehensive tutorial set for Live Writer. In that light I present this first (or rather second part) of my Live Writer series. This post will pertain to the basics about what the program is, where to get it and so on. The next post will pertain to the installation of the program.[Read More]
Should the government pay for open source?
If Open source and free software gives everyone the power to create and express themselves in every media, or simply to do things - such as their taxes or in this case design a house - should the government not sponsor the development of freely available software that brings real democracy to the people[Read More]
Spread Open Media
What is open media, and open format? Openness is all good in concept but until we actually distinguish what is open and what is masquearade we are all stuck with possiblities of OXML from Microsoft being the new "open" document standard.[Read More]