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OASIS Reference Model for SOA

The Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has been a great success – in that it's a new buying signal for lots of customers who were seemingly getting a bit fed up with paying money to IT vendors for more of the same.
David Norfolk, 29 Oct 2006
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Zero tiers for superfast storage

Just when the rest of us were finally getting our heads around the notion of three-tiered storage - fast disk, fat disk and tape - along comes a fourth one. Acopia Networks this week said it's the first to deliver Tier 0 - superfast storage used as application working space.
Bryan Betts, 29 Oct 2006

Flying carpet theorist refused a patent

Albert Einstein's theory of relativity is wrong, according to a French scientist who claims to have discovered a new magnetic force that appears to support flying carpets and perpetual motion. But Professor Yuly Zagyansky has been refused a patent.
OUT-LAW.COM, 29 Oct 2006
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Surprises inside Microsoft Vista's EULA

AnalysisIt's Autumn in St. Louis, my favorite time of year in Missouri. Coats are getting progressively thicker as the temperature drops, trees are changing their leaves in a final show of brilliant color before their skeletons show, and darkness is starting to scare away the sun a bit earlier every day.
Scott Granneman, 29 Oct 2006

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