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The Office of Strategic Services and the SIMCOL Operation in Italy October 1943

Today’s post is written by Dr. Greg Bradsher, Senior Archivist at the National Archives at College Park.

At the time of the Italian Armistice on September 8, 1943, there were almost 80,000 Allied prisoners of war in Italian prisoner of war camps. 3,343 more words

Archives II

Culture and trust in The Hague

Just back from an excellent week at SDN NFV World Congress in The Hague (my first since the early years of this event in Bad Homburg).  211 more words


"With cities, it is as with dreams: everything imaginable can be dreamed"*...

In 2012, the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association. an exhibition, “Grand Reductions: Ten diagrams that changed urban planning.”

The exhibition’s title – Grand Reductions – suggests the simple illustration’s power to encapsulate complex ideas.

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Assignment Journal Article Critique: Continued Voluntary Participation Intention in Firm-Participating Open Source Software Projects

Hello viewers and welcome to another post! The post, is a review and critique of an academic journal article, in which located within the Information Systems Research Journal, which is listed by ABS journal guide 2015 as having an… 1,087 more words


Once Again, Most Documentation Sucks

I have been having fun, recently, programming a couple of services that run in Google’s App Engine. One thing they do is maintain some data in that cloud’s version of a database, so one of the important aspects of the services is controlling just who, exactly, is allowed to see or modify the data. 356 more words


Turning obstacles into opportunities

(Source: www.sgsme.sg)

NOW in its 18th year of operations, Oilfield Services & Supplies Pte Ltd (OSS) is a Singapore company that manufactures, services and provides rental of tools and components for the oil, gas and mining exploration and production industries. 1,082 more words

Money Matters

Cool FOSS' heads prevail once again

As you have seen in my last post or elsewhere, Facebook has recently added a dubious patent clause in the license of  multiple projects including ReactJS. 202 more words