This week in pictures: Some love for Linus Torvalds
Also: More MegaUpload madness, open source payday, researchers battle eel fraud, and much, much more!
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Linus Torvalds, Linux creator, gets star treatment in Wired profile.
Apotheker wanted to sell off HP's PC division, Whitman vowed not to, and now the company is combining the PC and printer divisions in an effort to cut costs.
A school in Shizuoka has devised a chip-based system to quickly test batches of thousands of eels for cheaper imported species.
The free software and open source community is thick with non-profit foundations and associations. Here's a look at revenues and salaries of 18 top FLOSS organizations.
Millions of files, stranded by MegaUpload criminal case, are in limbo, and the hosting service is tired of paying the costs itself.
'Brogramming' sexism, sometimes subtle and sometimes not, excludes and discourages female coders.
Everyone together makes collaboration easier, but does that make up for the distractions?
Managing a subscription service means confirmation emails, and those often fail. Here's one way to increase delivery rates.
Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning, Napster co-founders, held a “what-if” party at SXSW, wondering how much better music services would be today if Napster hadn't been shut down. Even though Sean Parker is pushing Spotify, he and Fanning still feel the music service bar was set by Napster in 1999. Except for those lawsuits masquerading as music files, of course.