Sunday, 15 March 2015


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 150313 - yesterday's tweets as a single page

Politikum: Die Chromifizierung von #Android - interesting, detailed analysis

Brazil researchers to join #opensource scientific research - "completely free and open research results" (v @RickyPo)

Quoting witnesses out of context shows why the ISC should be reformed - this is shabby and cowardly; shame on ISC

Breakthrough Molecular #3DPrinter Can Print Billions of Possible Compounds - this looks amazing (v @DrRimmer)

Nestle, PepsiCo and others use public funds to develop harmful snacks - absurd priorities

DR Congo seeks #Virunga park boundary change - time organise boycott against UK oil company #Soco (v @mpesce)

#TTIP: The most important 2015 decision we'll make - yes, but practically every claim here is wrong (v @schestowitz

German industry slashes estimates of benefits of #TTIP/#TAFTA - admits they're close to zero (v @AnneMarieMineur)

new report: "Copyright and the Value of the Public Domain: An Empirical Assessment" - time to stand up for #PD

#OpenData Day report #2: All of Europe pushing open data - it's spreading...

Chief Executive Officer, mySociety - important job going... #opensource

Strategic significance of #China's "New Silk Road" - good analysis of this major initiative (v @swardley)

Greens in the German parliament want the Foreign Ministry to revert back to #opensource software - too right

Yemen’s Socotra Language - "roots are close to oldest written Semitic tongues that died out thousands of years ago"

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