Here’s a look at the top stories published across O’Reilly sites this week.
Dennis Ritchie Day: October 30, 2011
Tim O’Reilly: “I don’t have the convening power of a governor, but for those of us around the world who care, I hereby declare this Sunday, October 30 to be Dennis Ritchie Day.”
You say you want a revolution? It’s called post-PC computing
Spurred on by a Googler’s rant against his own company and Apple’s release of a new phone, a new OS and a new cloud infrastructure, Mark Sigal wonders what the “post-PC” revolution really looks like.
We’re in the midst of a restructuring of the publishing universe (don’t panic)
Hugh McGuire, co-author of “Book: A Futurist’s Manifesto,” explains why publishing’s digital transformation goes way beyond format shifts. He also reveals nine ways the publishing industry will change over the next five years.
“Revolution in the Valley,” revisited
With “Revolution in the Valley” making its paperback debut and the work of Steve Jobs fresh in people’s minds, we checked in with Andy Hertzfeld to discuss the legacy of the first Macintosh.
What to watch for in mobile web apps
Sencha’s James Pearce discusses the most promising mobile web app technologies and explains why device APIs could make the web a lot more interesting.
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