April 2010 Archives
Friday, 30th April 2010
The news broke yesterday about the Microsoft General Manager who said that that the "future of the Web is HTML 5." But it's important enough for us to write about even if in the long run it still does not solve the issues with earlier versions of the Internet Explorer browser.
Lessons Learned: April Post Roundup for Startups
Many of our posts here on ReadWriteStart offer tips on launching your startup and insights on how to become a successful entrepreneur. But as the saying goes, hindsight is often 20/20, and in that spirit we offer a round up of lessons learned from the month of April.
When a Wine Loves a Robot
How can you tell a 1973 Batard Montrachet from a bottle of Boone's Farm Strawberry Hill? Or a '45 Mouton-Rothschild from a box of Franzia? Well, you could taste the difference, presumably. But what if you had to discern between the '45 and one of the top years of the Eighties? Few could. And while the difference might be taste, it certainly is…
Got Linux? Red Hat Enterprise Licenses Now Portable to EC2
RedHat recently announced that premium enterprise subscription customers are now able to move their Red Hat Linux licenses to the Amazon cloud in the form of EC2 instance. Amazon EC2 is the first cloud provider that Red Hat is supporting for this service. If you have a block of Red Hat Linux licenses, you can now enroll with the company to enable…