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[Osdc-list] Google kills H.264 in Chrome | opensource.com weekly Vol 4, Issue 7

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*Last week's articles*

Open source film making with Todd Harris - by Beverly Pearl

We're about to find out if companies mean what's in their mission
statements - by Andrew McAfee

U.S. Administration's 'Technology Neutrality' Announcement Welcome News
- by Mark Bohannon

A hazy shade of value: Software patents just took a hit - by Erick Robinson

Open source returns integrity to science - by Michael Tiemann

Google kills H.264 in Chrome - by Ruth Suehle

Remixing Euclid - by Greg DeKoenigsberg

Nollywood and the copyright conundrum - by Rob Tiller

One tweet *can* change the world - by Bill Ferriter

Open Source for America releases Federal Open Technology Report Card -
by Melanie Chernoff

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