Xena - Software for Digital Preservation | Open formats for long term access.

Xena seems to be the solution for long time archiving of data. I will be trying out this little app to see if it really is as good as it sounds.

I suppose you would use some or other XSLT process to convert data back to a usable format.



Finally it looks like I found an easy to use movie editor. I thought I should let every one know :)




First $100 laptops ship, finally

The first "One Laptop Per Child" (OLPC) has finally shipped.


* cnet.com
* OLPC News Site

The price is still around US$100 give or take.



Skype Unleashed onto Cell Phones

Hutchison, more commonly known as 3 in the UK, today announced a partnership with Skype, Sling Media, Yahoo, Nokia, Google, eBay, Microsoft, Orb and Sony Ericsson. The idea is to bring all of these services on to your mobile for a flat rate fee -- it's been dubbed 'X-Series'.

According to the hype, you'll get free Skype-to-Skype calls to any PC or other X-Series user worldwide, be able to search on Google and Yahoo, send MSN instant messages to your friends, watch your TV from a Slingbox, access your computer at home with Orb and buy or sell stuff on eBay.

So far the only thing getting between the majority of consumers and the mobile Internet has been the cost of accessing online content and the limitations of certain sites on certain handsets. 3 says it is going to eradicate these problems by charging a set fee and making sure that its handsets support the content properly. The first handsets to be sold on the X-Series plan will be the Nokia N73 and the Sony Ericsson W950i Walkman phone.

Full Story: 3 announces unlimited Skype calls and other goodies - Crave at CNET.co.uk

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