Archive for September, 2012

  • GNOME 3.6 is released!

    Latest version of GNOME 3 includes a number of new features and enhancements, as well as many bug fixes and minor improvements. Highlights for this release include: Big improvements to notifications, including a redesigned Message Tray, smarter notifications, and other tweaks and refinements. An enhanced […]

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  • WP to Twitter Update

    2.4.11 Bug fix: Mismatched rules for when to enqueue charCount script and when to insert inline script calling that script. Bug fix: Added long-missing ‘do not post Tweets by default when editing’ option. Bug fix: 2 bugs when sending test Tweet and using WordPress as […]

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  • Clean IT Project

    Latest version (August 2012) Clean IT draft document: CLEAN-IT-DRAFT-DOCUMENT-066Pub. From CleanIT Project is open for comments: The internet plays a central role in and is of great strategic importance to terrorists and extremist networks. These networks know that propaganda is a critical tool for generating […]

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  • EU Consumers: settling small cross-border disputes without any hassle

    Hunting for cross-border bargains is a way for consumers to get the ‘best deal’ across the EU’s internal market. Shopping online makes these bargains ever more accessible. But sometimes things can go wrong: there might be a problem with the goods or with delivery. To […]

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  • Twitter Update: You can now add a Cover Photo to Your Twitter Profile

    On your twitter account you will be able to create your own personalized header image just like on Google+ or Facebook. With new twitter profile pages your avatar (profile picture) will now appear in the center of your header image. Because it is for PROFILE […]

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  • CETA – EU-Canada Free Trade Agreement

    CETA is not ACTA ? Recent reports suggest that the EU-Canada Free Trade Agreement currently under negotiation could become an “ACTA through the backdoor”, referring to the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement which was rejected by the European Parliament on 4 July 2012. The accusations are unfounded […]

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  • Consultation on “Opening up Education – a proposal for a European Initiative to enhance education and skills development through new technologies”

    Public Consultation on “Opening up Education – a proposal for a European Initiative to enhance education and skills development through new technologies”  Target groupsAll stakeholders affected by education and training policies and systems, including school education, vocational education and training, higher education and adult education. […]

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  • Commission focuses on international science co-operation to meet global challenges

    The global research landscape is evolving rapidly, with the share of BRIC countries in worldwide R&D expenditure doubling between 2000 and 2009. Issues such as climate change, food security or fighting diseases increasingly require a concerted international research effort. Europe can only maximise the excellence […]

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  • Canonical Ubuntu management tool gets hefty upgrade

    Canonical has released a significant update to its Landscape Ubuntu system management tool. Canonical’s Landscape product manager said: “We have really been cranking up the level of effort with Landscape over the past year or so”, “Landscape is a very important piece of our enterprise […]

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  • WordPress 3.4.2

    WordPress Version 3.4.2 On September 6, 2012, WordPress 3.4.2 was released to the public. This is a maintenance and security update. For version 3.4.2, the database version (db_version in wp_options) changed to 21707. Fixes some issues in the admin area where some older browsers (IE7, […]

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