The TPPA is not a Free Trade Agreement. That is simply a superficial pretence for foisting upon the citizens of the participating countries a set of clubs with which multinational corporations can beat us.
A decade ago, Microsoft was at the top of their game.
5000ish pages of TPPA text recently made public after years of top secret negotiations, was written by a group of 600ish US-based multinational corporate lobbyists and lawyers for the benefit of th
A few people in the NZ (and worldwide) are getting upset by the increasingly intense grass-roots rejection of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA).
If you live in the connected western world, their cloud of brand identities is in your face all the time. They are (most of) the airwaves. They are the chain stores.
My brother (from the US) left today after a quick visit with our family tacked on to a business trip.
So today it occurred to me as I was doing web development on several different Vagrant instances simultaneously on my work laptop, that it'd be very convenient to have a single wildcard domain
If your educational institution is looking for (as all institutions should be nowadays!) a system for Digital Asset Management (DAM) to complement your Learning Management System (LMS) this is for
I don't use a lot of proprietary software, but I know a lot of people who do.