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Report: Linuxfest Northwest 2009

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| I really enjoyed the show. I wish I had some pictures to share. My 
| presentation was well attended so I can't complain. 
| The last timeslot on Sunday only had a couple of presentations, nothing that 
| we were really interested in... so we decided to leave early. 
| We stopped briefly in Spokane for some dinner at a Carl Junior's. We ended up 
| stopping for the night in Wallace Idaho at the Wallace Inn. It was a bit 
| overpriced, the security guard was creepy and their wifi was substandard... 
| but it worked.   
| I look forward to attending LFNW next year if I can. Thanks for a great show!


FLOSS Weekly 68: Cinelerra and Lumiera

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| Guests: Joel Holdsworth and Aaron Newcomb for Cinelerra.
| Joel Holdsworth is a Mechanical Engineering student at Imperial College 
| London. He has contributed to open source projects such as Wine and Inkscape, 
| and now works as a core developer on Lumiera.  


LB - Episode 39 - Chad in a FOG by Linux Basement


Microsoft us meanwhile cutting down on such things (details below).

Days ago:

Microsoft layoff details emerge

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| More details are emerging today about the Microsoft groups affected, and
| spared, in the company's latest round of job cuts. The company isn't going
| into detail, but blogs and forums are providing plenty of evidence. Layoffs
| are reported to have taken place in groups including MSN Direct, the Massive
| in-game advertising unit, and MSDN Magazine, among others.


Microsoft crimps products after second wave of job cuts

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| Microsoft is reining in several of its products following the company's
| second round of lay-offs that kicked off on Tuesday.
| [...]
| Similarly, MSN Direct - which provides weather, traffic and other services to
| devices such as in-car map systems - is also under review.


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