OSS Watch: "Combining freedoms and copyleft in the Gnu GPL license (invented by Richard Stallman) was the cornerstone of free software. This is now questioned due to the proliferation of incompatible copyleft licenses."
Huffington Post: "The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) has launched a campaign to raise money from its members to hire lobbyists to protect them against the dangers of "Copyleft.""
LinuxDevices: "Future Electronics and Nokia will host six full-day, hands-on workshops across the North America on using Linux and Nokia's Qt development framework to develop user interfaces (UIs) for Freescale's ARM-based i.MX system-on-chips (SoCs)."
Handle With Linux: "This is the prototype of the Kno a Linux based dual screen textbook replacement shown by Californian startup Kakai at at the 8th Annual Conference of D: All Things Digital, otherwise known as D8."