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Old 06-07-2008, 10:30 PM   #1
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LXer: A Technological Singularity: What are the Implications for Free Software?

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I was at another meeting of the Editorial board of the Skibbereen Eagle yesterday. Hopefully you read the outcome of the last one. Some clever clogs suggested that it might be a spiffing wheeze to write something about the possible implications of the much mooted singularity (is that a proper noun, with a capital S?) and what it might mean for the future of both free and proprietary software. Read the full story at FSM



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