From 2003 until 2007 I was a regular contributor to the excellent LinuxUser Magazine. The diversity of topics covered (from e-voting to Nanotechnology to open source cars) made it more like a replacement for the lamented Wired UK of old than a techie magazine.
For a year and a half (2005-2006) I was a regular columnist for the magazine. The columns I filed are archived below.
- Column 1 – Open Source in Poland
- Column 2 – Transport Direct, off with its head
- Column 3 – Penguin Inside
- Column 4 – Patents, licensing & FLOSS
- Column 5 – The importance of standards in VOIP
- Column 6 – Apple on Intel plus fake consumer electronics
- Column 7 – Security in email
- Column 8 – The downsides of technology
- Column 9 – Web 2.0 services, a way out of open sourcing software?
- Column 10 – Are basic computer courses supporting vendor lock-in?
- Column 11 – Too many distributions are strangling Linux’s success
- Column 12 – We need standards for gadget chargers
- Column 13 – Making consistently great products is difficult
- Column 14 – Ethically selling services around Open Source
- Column 15 – We should approach Web 2.0 applications with caution
- Column 16 – Terrible Linux-based web hosting is easy to find
- Column 17 – Sharing software should be like sharing recipes