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Issue #19 May 2006
- Intro to design thinking
- Better Linux release notes through design thinking
- Nashville institution influences Summit design
- (Graphic) design exposed
- Design books that inspire us
- Podcasting in open source
- The Nashville Feed: Sounds of Music City
- Lyceum: One installation, many blogs
- Release early, release often. Why?
- Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, part 1
- Nashville by day or night
- Running Linux on small servers
- FAA saves $15 million
- Video: Muvee-making with Linux and Xen
- Video: Why Red Hat is interested in virtualization
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Design thinking is a fresh way of reframing everyday projects and problems. Find out what all the fuss is about as we show you how this creative approach fits perfectly with the principles of open source, collaboration, and sharing.
It's more than a trend. Businesses around the world are embracing design thinking and reaping the rewards. We interview our own VP of Brand Communications + Design to find out why.
by Karsten Wade
The Fedora™ Documentation Project improves their release notes by taking a cue from the newsroom. See design thinking principles applied to an open source endeavor.
by Michael Pittman
What do you get when you cross a 21st-century technology company with a 19th-century print shop? A collaborative effort that combines the best of both worlds. The proof is in the poster.
An interview by Josh Gajownik
Two designers talk about freedom, the graphic design industry, and the crippling nature of copyright. One is our own, the other a pioneer who offers up his source files free for fair use.
Want more information about design thinking? Here's a few of our favorite books on the subject.
by Rebecca Fernandez
From portable music players to hacking iTunes, this article will have you ready to download, produce, or push for your favorite podcasts in OGG format--on any platform.
The Nashville Feed brings together independent musicians and Nashville culture in a monthly podcast. Hear producer Dave Beronja's thoughts--and some of his favorite free music--in this audio interview.
by John Joseph Bachir
Good news, bloggers. The geniuses at ibiblio have been busy developing Lyceum, an open source multi-user blogging tool based on WordPress. Get the details (and check out the demo installation).
Greg DeKoenigsberg interviews Chris Blizzard on the open source principle, "Release early, release often."
by Tim Burke
You asked: How do features get into the next release of Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®? We say: It all starts with the Fedora™ Project. The first article in our four-part series explains the differences between the Fedora Project and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and the benefits and purposes of both.
by Kelly Jo Garner
Heading to Nashville for the Summit? A Music City local tells us what to see, where to eat, and which places are still open after the Summit parties.
by Rebecca Fernandez
Can open source benefit file, print, or web servers? See how Linux's reliability and stability make it perfect for the job. Plus, make your IT guys love you: Win your company a Red Hat infrastructure package valued at over $20,000.
The Federal Aviation Administration recently announced a migration to Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Find out what they've gained and how much they've saved in the process.
When Muvee Technologies started their business, they needed cheap, stable servers. Red Hat Linux was the answer. As they grew, they needed more robust networks that could support more tasks and users. They migrated to Red Hat Enterprise Linux and it was easy. Hear why they chose Linux both times.
Tim Yeaton explains why Red Hat launched the Virtualization Resource Center, what virtualization can do, and why customers are looking for it. Listen to his perspective on virtualization and the future of server utilization.
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