Sun Micro may have violated U.S. bribery law (EETimes)
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Sun Microsystems, the hardware maker that Oracle is buying for more than $7 billion, may have broken a U.S. law prohibiting companies from bribing foreign officials, Sun said in a regulatory filing on Friday. Related: Sun Microsystems - Oracle Corporation - Oracle - IBM - Hardware
Micro-blogging for law libraries There’s a cool experiment happening over at law.librarians. Using the Prologue template on Wordpress, law.librarians is a collaborative micro-blog that allows contributors to publish short entries - in this case for sharing resources, posting news, asking questions, and generally chatting about issues relevant to the law library community...
Barracuda Networks Countersues Trend Micro There's some news on the Trend Micro v.Barracuda Networks case. That is the one where Trend Micro sued Barracuda over ClamAV and brought a complaint to the International Trade Commission...
Microblogging Library Clips has an excellent post on microblogging. If you have trouble undertsanding Twitter, Pownce and their ilk, this is a great primer. How I use the various micro-blogging services Stephen
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